Add Venom to the growing list of major film releases to be postponed – but at least the sequel now has a title.
The highest grossing of 20th Century Fox’s X-Verse films, Venom, is now available on Digital and will be followed by 4K Ultra HD™ Combo Pack, Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD on January 8.
The home video release of Venom will include several special features including Deleted and Extended Scenes and Venom Mode (a series of informational pop-ups on making the film).
A complete list of bouns materials follows.
I have never wanted to walk out on a Marvel movie – not even the Dolph Lundgren Punisher – but Venom…
Eddie Brock goes toe-to-toe with an alien parasite – and loses.
The result? Venom!
The second Venom trailer is here. Check it out below.
Venom opens on October 5th.
For everyone who was disappointed by the teaser glimpse of the symbiote, here’s the real deal in the new trailer for Venom.
Venom opens on October 5th.
‘We all have our own problems; our own issues,’ notes Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy), in the first teaser trailer for Marvel’s Venom – as he’s undergoing an MRI.
As he’s mentioning ‘an accident,’ there’s a flash of an alien spacecraft that’s crashed in a wooded area. And what’s that bubbling black stuff in that super-science -looking container?
Venom opens on October 5th – and it’s pretty clear that New Mutants isn’t the only Marvel/Columbia Pictures movie that’s going to lean into the horror arena…
One of Marvel’s most enigmatic, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award® nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom.
Columbia has just released the teaser poster for Venom, which opens on October 5th.
Is it possible for a war movie top give you PTSD?
Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, in IMAX, is a harrowing, edge of your seat thriller that practically drags you into the World War II evacuation of over 300,000 soldiers from the beach at Dunkirk.
FX and BBC One have ordered a second season of Taboo, starring Tom Hardy.
“We are grateful and excited to continue our relationship with the BBC and FX in contributing towards British drama. Fantastic news,” said Hardy, Creator, Star and Executive Producer.
Taboo (FX, Tuesday, 10/9C) reaches its season finale in grand style as the chess game between the East India Company’s Sir Stuart Strange and James Keziah Delaney plays out to its exceedingly appropriate conclusion.
Taboo (FX, Tuesdays, 10/9C) is steaming towards its first season finale and, if it’s anything like this penultimate episode, it should be a roaring good time.
This week’s episode finds James Keziah Delaney betrayed and charged with high treason – but, as always, there’s much more going on than appears on the surface.