Tom Hardy Wants Venom to Cross Over into the Marvel Cinematic Universe

New Venom Clip Reveals the Antihero in Action

New Venom Clip Reveals the Antihero in Action

Twisted, dark, unpredictable, and fuelled by rage, Venom leaves Eddie wrestling to control unsafe abilities that he also finds empowering and intoxicating.

There's still no official world on whether Tom Hardy's Venom will ever meet Tom Holland's Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the Venom star would sure love to see it happen. The star of Venom told RTE Entertainment he was influenced by the personality of popular fighter Conor McGregor. Spider-man will not appear in Hardy's new film, however, due to licensing issues.

The British actor plays the role of Eddie Brock, a journalist who becomes Venom after merging with an alien symbiote.

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The symbiote makes quick work of the boys in blue, but in Brock's defense, they were warned that continuing to threaten him was a bad idea.

"There was an aspect the studio wanted somebody who could fight, which they always do in these sort of hero movies". Riz Ahmed's villainous Dr. Carlton Drake is there, lookin' villainous, and the few shots of Venom in all his sticky glory are as absurd-looking as you want them to be. There were more elements of Eddie Brock which needed to be pinned on somebody who's incredibly handy physically.

Hardy added that he didn't think McGregor would be offended by the comparison either. And, obviously, Conor is incredibly handy physically. "Then there were bits of Harrison Ford as well from Indiana Jones and other elements within".

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