Earlier this week it was announced that Sony pictures was going to be adding another villain to the Andy Serkis directed sequel, VENOM 2. It was said that casting had begun for the role but not it is being revealed as to whom is in contention.
According to Variety, Academy Award winner, Naomie Harris is in talks to talk on the role of Woody Harrelson’s, Carnage’s girlfriend, Shriek. If the casting becomes official the duo will more than likely pair up to take on Tom Hardy in the title character role.
Michelle Williams is also said to be reprising her role as Anne Weyling for the film as well.
After a blockbuster debut that seemingly divided many but still silenced many doubters, Venom, the hit Sony film starring Tom Hardy is officially getting the go ahead for season two.
The studio has tapped Kelly Marcel, one of the screenwriters from the first movie, to pen to script. The news was first broken by Variety and it is also being reported that Marcel’s deal is a significant one even though and exact number has not been revealed. She is also set to executive produce the follow-up.
Venom grossed a massive $855 million worldwide. The news comes after the studio recently dated an untitled Marvel sequel for October 2020. Fans were pretty much easily able to surmise that slot was for “Venom 2,” giving it the same release date as its predecessor
Michelle Williams is set to reprise her role for the sequel along with Woody Harrelson becoming Carnage in the movie. it is not known yet whether or not original film director Ruben Fleischer will return to direct the sequel due to the potential of him being busy with the Zombieland sequel.
Are you excited to hear that the ball is officially rolling with this? What are your feelings? Let us Know.
We are a little over three weeks away from Spider-Man’s arch nemesis making his solo film debut on the big screen in VENOM. The promotional game has gone into full gear on many different levels. We recently found out the official rating for the film, PG-13, which surprised and upset some fans knowing the nature of the character and the dark gritty look of the film. Add to this tv spots and billboards popping up all that is left is to witness the film itself.
This however is not before we get one more good promo poster. This one features Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) standing between, Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed) and Anne Weyling (Michelle Williams) with the anti-hero himself eclipsing them all.
What do you think about the poster? Does it pump up your anticipation for the movie.