The good time for the Marvel Universe seems to last at least the next year, although taking advantage of the villains (or rather, supervillain). This time it is not a series of Netflix, but that Sony Pictures already has a release date for the movie Venom.
According to Variety Sony confirmed the release date for October 5, 2018, which will make the company 's debut schedule move a bit. The company, along with Marvel Comics, has bet on Spider-Man on previous occasions with series and films, but now opts to bet on its nemesis.
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Beyond the premiere date of the moment the producer has been rather meager in details and little is known about the film . For now we know that production will go hand in hand with Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach and that Scott Rosenberg ('Jumanji') and Jeff Pinkner ('The Dark Tower') will take over the script. The address is still unknown at the moment.
The film that will be affected as to the release date is 'The Girl in the Spider's Web', which was scheduled for October 5 and will finally be released on the 19th of that month. With respect to these characters of the Marvel Universe, to date Sony has released four films ('Spider-Man' in 2002, 'Spider-Man 2' in 2004, 'Spider-Man 3' in 2007 and 'The Amazing Spider-Man 'In 2013) and two animated series (' Spider-Man: The New Animated Series' and 'The Spectacular Spider-Man') and the premiere of 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' is expected this summer.
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After an attempt to launch a product with the villains of Spider-Man with 'Sinister Six' that finally did not go ahead, Sony tries again with Venom. The character already appeared in 'Spider-Man 3' played by Topher Grace.
The character of Venom is a symbiont of extraterrestrial origin (although the origin has been varying in the different adaptations) that presents / displays a similar aspect to Spider-Man, sharing with this enough abilities (agility, force, the cobwebs, etc.). Both share a bond in the past, but Venom has a violent nature and morphologically it is completely different (not human), besides having a large jaw and being more burly. He made his official debut in 1988 in the comic book (Amazing Spider-Man) and now, 20 years later, will have his own film, fruit of the reception that the character has had.