Hardy Brings Out Marvel's Darker Side in 'Venom'

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Early alarm bells might have sounded when Hardy was interviewed by ComicsExplained and responded to a question about his favorite scene in the film by saying, "There are scenes that aren't in this movie". He referenced Hardy's claim that some of the best parts of the movie were lost in the 40 minutes that were excised from the final release, agreeing that the movie felt "slapdash" and gives the impression that it finishes just as it's getting started.

Turn away now if you don't want to know! "I've left a lot of stuff out there and I did a lot of improvisation in it that will never make it to the movie". As directed by Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland), it's not all that amusing, with Hardy topping out at a dry sarcasm and the jokes fitting safely into its PG-13 rating.

He said: "We went into this hoping to build it, and I went into it hoping to do something for the next several years and I can invest myself in".

Rapper-actor Riz Ahmed will soon be releasing a new single titled Mogambo and Hardy recreated the dialogue to promote his Venom co-star's song. "What I've said in the past is that we wanted to push the violence to the hilt". Since that sounds an very bad lot like a red flag, IGN took to asking Hardy about the quote at the premiere for Venom last night. "Alright, I hate to break it to you".

"Venom is a Catwoman in the worst, with Tom Hardy who delivers his worst performance since Target".

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The new Venom movie is the first Spider-franchise movie that does not have Marvel Studios' creative control, so the pressure is truly on to see if Sony has still got it.

Fans still have a few more days to wait until Venom hits the big screen, but it's already been revealed that the movie has not one, but two end credit scenes to look forward to.

Now that people have actually seen the movie, and reactions have been allowed on social media, it seems that odd fascination is pretty much warranted. And the film is awesome, and I'm excited and I just want to shoot a sequel. Nevertheless, would I like to watch a 7-hour version of Venom? Yep! I would love to say it didn't show, but character development is important and almost everyone's development is "and then they do this" rather than "because they do this".

'Venom, ' directed by Ruben Fleischer, is due for an October 1 premiere in Los Angeles.

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