Sony has set a release date for October 5th, 2018 and has slated production to kick off before the end of the year.
This is obviously a major get for Sony, which views Venom as the kickoff to a major web of interconnected movies.
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The site also states that Zombieland's Ruben Fleischer will be directing.
In order to bring the bane of Spider-Man's existence to life, Sony is turning to the Bane of our existence, Tom Hardy. In "The Dark Knight Rises", Hardy played Bane, a very well-known Batman villain.
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What is particularly fascinating about this film is that it isn't a spin-off of Spider-Man as many had originally speculated. That's the challenge facing writers Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner, who penned the Venom script, and Fleischer. Technicalities, everyone! We will see Oscar nominated Hardy's Eddie Brock have a relationship with the symbiote, which will then see him turning into Venom.
The existence of yet another Marvel movie universe (the third live-action film universe following the X-Men universe and aforementioned MCU), certainly opens up some interesting questions, perhaps the most pressing of which is how Sony will handle the Spider-Man situation. With Avi Arad, Amy Pascal and Matt Tolmach serving as producers. He made his first big-screen appearance in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 3 and was portrayed by Topher Grace.
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Hardy is in final negotiations for the title role, playing one of Spider-Man's most iconic adversaries. Apparently, after Hardy dropped out of upcoming thriller Triple Frontier, Sony struck and got the formidable thespian to take on the role of the disgraced journalist who bonds with an alien symbiote, of which both have a serious grudge against Spider-Man. Other projects being developed by the studio include a film including Black Cat and Silver Sable.