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Venom Feasts on Spider-Man's Face in Gore-Soaked Let There Be Carnage Fan Poster

Venom Feasts on Spider-Man's Face in Gore-Soaked Let There Be Carnage Fan Poster
Rumors are continuing to circulate that Tom Holland's Spider-Man, or at least Peter Parker, will make an appearance in the upcoming Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Well, if that does indeed come to pass, this fanmade R-rated poster does not bode well for our friendly neighborhood wallcrawler. In a post on their social media account, digital artist Yadvender Singh Rana, aka ultraraw26, unveiled their artwork that depicts the anti-hero Venom enjoying his favorite snack at the expense of Spidey's, well, life.

"So in the drama news few days back,@tomhardy shared this picture of a very hungry looking venom's zoomed in shot, chewing through a red and blue spider. Now the drama in this scenario, is that he ended up deleting the post due to reasons unknown. Maybe it was too PG for Instagram.""But I don't think that it was some kind of a spoiler. I mean, Sony
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‘Vida’ Creator Tanya Saracho On Game Changer Latinx Series’ Final Season, Love, Legacy & Building It Right

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‘Vida’ Creator Tanya Saracho On Game Changer Latinx Series’ Final Season, Love, Legacy & Building It Right
“I would love to know Vida has been the entry point to so many people, because I think we built it right,” says Tanya Saracho of the Latinx series she created that begins its third and final season tonight on Starz at 9 Pm Et/6 Pm Pt. “You know, my big motto is no stories about us without us,” the showrunner adds of the barrier breaking Vida and its goals on both sides of the camera and in the culture itself.

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Having debuted back in May 2018, the East L.A.-set and Lgbtq-focused Vida saw estranged sisters Emma (Mishel Prada) and Lyn (Melissa Barrera) returning to their old neighborhood to bury their mother, sell her bar
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‘The Burying Place’ Drama From Kelly Masterson, David Semel & Aaron Kaplan Based On Book In Works At AMC

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‘The Burying Place’ Drama From Kelly Masterson, David Semel & Aaron Kaplan Based On Book In Works At AMC
Exclusive: AMC has put in development The Burying Place, a thriller drama series based on Brian Freeman’s novel, from writer Kelly Masterson (Killing Kennedy), director David Semel (Goliath), producer Aaron Kaplan (A Million Little Things) and his Kapital Entertainment and AMC Studios.

Written by Masterson, The Burying Place is set in the haunting North Country of Minnesota, where a baby vanishes from her lakeside home. That same night, a rookie policewoman stumbles onto a serial killer. Against a ticking clock, Detective Jonathan Stride, haunted by demons of his own, leads fellow Detectives Serena Dial and Maggie Bei as they struggle to unravel the seemingly unrelated mysteries in a suspenseful game of cat and mouse.

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Venom Devours Spider-Man in New Fan Art

Venom Devours Spider-Man in New Fan Art
The internet erupted into celebrated screaming and cheers yesterday when it was officially revealed that the upcoming Venom sequel will be titled Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Not the most subtle title, but then subtlety is not really in Venom's repertoire.

Well, as if the excitement was not palpable enough, Venom star Tom Hardy then shared a now-deleted image via social media of the symbiotic anti-hero tearing into our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Shortly after sharing the official logo for Venom: Let The Be Carnage, the highly anticipated Venom follow-up, which has also recently been rescheduled for a release date of June of 2021, Hardy had something else he wanted to share. The artist behind the violent image remains unknown at this stage, but it appears Hardy screenshotted the image of Spider-Man being quite brutally devoured by Venom and posted it to his account.

Within a minute, the post had been erased but,
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Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage Title: Do Marvel Fans Love It or Hate It?

Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage Title: Do Marvel Fans Love It or Hate It?
The upcoming Venom sequel confirmed what we all already knew yesterday when it revealed the official title is Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Still, despite knowing that the evil, red and black, psychopath symbiote would finally be making his big-screen debut, that did not make fans any less excited to see it double confirmed. Needless to say, knowing that Venom 2 is going with a title that is so on-the-nose about its main villain has Marvel fans taking to social media to cheer, debate, and complain in equal measure.

‘Let There Be Carnage’ is like... the sickest thing I’ve ever heard. https://t.co/hmTHxiLHrH

— Browntable - Mauricio (@Browntable_Ent) April 21, 2020

No doubt many passionate Marvel fans did vomit with excitement when they saw the official title as reveled in the first official Venom 2 trailer. If that is what they mean by sickest. If not, we can presume
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Sony and Venom Creative Team Turn One Punch Man into a Movie

Sony and Venom Creative Team Turn One Punch Man into a Movie
Sony Pictures is looking for a new superhero franchise that has nothing to do with Spider-Man, Venom, or anything in between. So enters One Punch Man, a popular Japanese manga that is about to get the Hollywood big screen treatment. And if you have any doubt of what that means, know that it’s being produced by Avi Arad of Arad Productions and with a screenplay from Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner.

The announcement, which was broken by Variety, revealed the project is getting the high priority treatment at Sony and Columbia Pictures with the aim of birthing a new franchise that is not based on a Marvel Comics character. The series was created by Japanese artist One as a web comic in 2009 before quickly going viral. It entered print in 2012 under Shueisha’s Young Jump Next with illustrations by Yusuke Murata, as well as One, before being translated into
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Venom: Let There Be Carnage Release Postponed to June 25th, 2021

Venom: Let There Be Carnage Release Postponed to June 25th, 2021
After grossing more than $850 million at the global box office, it's no surprise that Sony Pictures is moving forward with a sequel to Venom (based on the Marvel comics character of the same name), but with the Covid-19 pandemic, we'll have to wait longer to see it.

According to a tweet by Exhibitor Relations (see below), the Venom sequel, now titled Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is slated to come out on June 25th, 2021, pushing it back over eight months from its previous release date.

Last year it was reported that Venom co-writer and executive producer Kelly Marcel returned to write and executive produce the sequel, with Andy Serkis (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle) directing the follow-up film to 2018's Venom, which was directed by Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland: Double Tap).

As previously reported by Variety, in the sequel Tom Hardy returns as Eddie Brock, a persistent reporter who made a
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‘Venom’ Sequel Gets a Title, Pushed to Summer 2021

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‘Venom’ Sequel Gets a Title, Pushed to Summer 2021
The “Venom” sequel has been titled “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” and has moved from October 2 to June 25, 2021, Sony announced on Tuesday.

Andy Serkis is directing the sequel. Serkis is no stranger to the Marvel Universe, having played Klaue in “Black Panther.”

Venom” grossed $856 million worldwide during its 2018 theatrical release and starred Tom Hardy as the symbiote — the actor will reprise his role in the sequel, while Michelle Williams is expected to return as well alongside Woody Harrelson as Carnage. Kelly Marcel, one of the screenwriters of the first film, is writing the script for the sequel. Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach and Amy Pascal will return as producers. Naomie Harris was reported to join the cast as well.

Also Read: Naomie Harris in Talks to Join Tom Hardy in 'Venom 2' as Villain Shriek

The sequel’s title is a nod to the popular Spider-Man villain named Carnage.
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Submissions open for Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2020

Submissions open for Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2020
Nominations will close in one month’s time on May 21.

Screen International is forging ahead with its annual portfolio of new talent from the UK and Ireland, Screen Stars of Tomorrow, now going into its 17th year.

Nominations open from April 21, 2020, and will close one month later in the drive to find new actors, directors, writers, producers and heads of department to present to the industry this summer.

Although confined to the UK and Ireland, Screen’s Stars of Tomorrow talent initiative has proved itself to be the global film industry’s most successful new talent showcase with an unrivalled
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Final Venom Fight Without CGI Is Just an Awkward Dance Between Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed

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Final Venom Fight Without CGI Is Just an Awkward Dance Between Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed
The final fight scene in 2018's Venom looks really awkward without any CGI. Tom Hardy shared footage of the scene in question and it's truly weird. Marvel fans are anxiously awaiting the first trailer from Venom 2, which is still on schedule to open in theaters this fall. Andy Serkis is behind the camera this time around and comic book fans are hoping for a darker story, though it's really unclear what the tone of the sequel will be just yet.

In the Venom behind-the-scenes footage that Tom Hardy shared, we see his Eddie Brock/Symbiote character fighting with Riz Ahmed's Carlton Drake/Riot. However, the CGI has not been added and it looks like the two actors are engaged in an awkward dance. Hardy says, "Not remotely awkward Bts snippet recorded by Kelly Marcel Venom 1 physical theatre 101," in the video's caption. The two actors are very graceful in their moves,
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‘The Madonnas Of Echo Park’ Drama From Julia Cho, Kelly Marcel & Aaron Kaplan Set At Starz With Penalty

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‘The Madonnas Of Echo Park’ Drama From Julia Cho, Kelly Marcel & Aaron Kaplan Set At Starz With Penalty
Exclusive: Starz has put in development a drama series based on the 2011 novel The Madonnas Of Echo Park by Brando Skyhorse, from award-winning playwright Julia Cho, feature writer Kelly Marcel (Venom), producer Aaron Kaplan and his Kapital Entertainment.

The project was bought by the Lionsgate-owned premium network with a significant penalty, part of its focus on content for diverse female audiences. It will be produced by Kapital and Lionsgate Television.

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Written by Cho, The Madonnas Of Echo Park is a multigenerational drama set in Los Angeles that takes us across borders and into decades past as it follows
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Venom 2 Fan Poster Unleashes Absolute Carnage

Venom 2 Fan Poster Unleashes Absolute Carnage
Despite receiving a critical lashing, Venom ran away with both the box office and fan approval when it was released back in 2018. With the upcoming follow-up Venom 2 now pretty high on everyone's 'must-watch' list, a new fan-made poster gives us a taste of what fans can expect from the symbiote versus symbiote sequel.

Following the release of what turned out to be a handful of fake leaked shots from a supposed trailer, freelance digital artists Yadvender Singh Rana has created the kind of spectacle that audiences are sure to marvel at when Tom Hardy's anti-hero Venom trades gooey blows with the movie's villain, Carnage, played by a returning Woody Harrelson.

"By now, most of you must've seen some 'leaked' shots from an upcoming Venom 2 trailer. To be honest, the treatment of the carnage symbiote looks comic accurate. I definitely want to see Carnage tear off the Venom
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Roberto Orci to Write Untitled Sony Marvel Universe Film (Exclusive)

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Roberto Orci to Write Untitled Sony Marvel Universe Film (Exclusive)
Updated 7:50 p.m. with additional information.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2” co-writer Roberto Orci has been tapped to write an as-yet untitled Marvel film for Sony, TheWrap has exclusively learned.

Details about the project or which specific Marvel character will be used are currently being kept under wraps. The Orci project would be a part of Sony’s Marvel universe, which is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but does include Marvel Comics properties such as “Nitghtwatch,” “Silk,” “Venom,” “Silver and Black,” and “Morbius the Living Vampire.”

While initial indications were that the character would be related to other Sony Marvel films like Venom” that are connected to “Spider-Man,” an individual with knowledge tells thewrap the property comes from a different corner of the Marvel universe that Sony has access to.

Executive Vice President Palak Patel is overseeing for Sony.

Also Read: 'X-Men' Producer Hutch Parker Signs
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Andy Serkis And Tom Hardy Have A Chat In New Venom 2 Set Photo

Andy Serkis And Tom Hardy Have A Chat In New Venom 2 Set Photo
Despite an at best decidedly mixed and at worst decidedly negative critical reaction, Venom was a box office success and a sequel was fast-tracked. Filming for Venom 2 is well underway now, making it high time for some on-set snaps to whet the appetite. That leads me seamlessly (he says knowingly) into this pristine photo of director/actor team Andy Serkis and Tom Hardy (along with writer Kelly Marcel), uploaded via the latter’s Instagram account.

All things going according to plan – and there’s no reason to think they won’t – Venom 2 will make its theatrical bow on October 2nd of this year. I wasn’t kidding about the phrase “fast-tracked,” as that’s just under 2 years from the release of the first film.

Sometimes bad press does nothing to the production schedule. I’ll spare you the usual rant about the great machine and how we’re all cogs in it.
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Venom 2 Bts Photos Reveal First Look At Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock

Venom 2 Bts Photos Reveal First Look At Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock
Venom 2 has wrapped up its shoot in the UK, with production relocating to San Francisco now. And to mark the beginning of filming in the city, some stylish monochrome behind-the-scenes images have arrived online revealing our first look at Tom Hardy back in costume as Eddie Brock.

Hardy shared a couple shots on his Instagram account, featuring himself with screenwriter Kelly Marcel and director Andy Serkis. These pics come from photographer Greg Williams, who also shared two additional images on his own account. These showcased Hardy dressed as Brock in the rain and the British actor enjoying some downtime with co-star Woody Harrelson, who’ll be playing his nemesis Cletus Kasady Aka Carnage.

Harrelson first appeared as Kasady in the post-credits scene of 2018’s Venom, which teased his eventual escape from prison and transformation into Carnage, the symbiote offspring of Venom. Hardy already revealed our first look at him
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Amazing Venom 2 Fan Trailer Teases The Carnage To Come

With all of the excitement that followed the release of the first Morbius trailer, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that another Sony-Marvel movie is on the way as well this year. Yes, Venom 2 is set to slither into cinemas just a few months after the Living Vampire makes his debut.

The much-anticipated sequel has been quietly shooting for a while now and given that we really haven’t seen too much of it via set pics and videos, the production team has done an excellent job of keeping things under wraps. And while that’s probably a good thing, fans are still eager for their first look at Carnage and Shriek, who’ll be played in the film by Woody Harrelson and Naomie Harris, respectively.

Unfortunately, we won’t know how closely the studio will end up sticking to the original designs in the comic books until official photos are released,
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The British Invasion: Ten Rising TV Scribes To Watch Out For In 2020

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The British Invasion: Ten Rising TV Scribes To Watch Out For In 2020
The year 2019 was a particularly good year for Brits in Hollywood, culminating in half of the Primetime Emmys heading to the other side of the pond with the likes of Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Succession creator Jesse Armstrong winning big.

British and Irish writers have always done well in the U.S. both in television and on the feature side, but the last few years have been particularly kind to those making the 6,000-mile trek to Tinseltown, from The Mentalist and Gotham’s Bruno Heller to Saving Mr Banks and Terra Nova writer Kelly Marcel and Catastrophe co-creator Sharon Horgan.

As such, Deadline is taking a look at the next generation of British and Irish writers who are making waves in the UK and stand a good chance of landing a hit U.S. series.

Kirstie Swain

After working on long-running British dramas including Holby City, Casualty and EastEnders via the BBC Writers Academy,
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Stephen Graham set to star alongside Tom Hardy in ‘Venom 2’

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The Irishman’ and ‘Rocketman’ actor Stephen Graham is set to star opposite Tom Hardy in ‘Venom 2’.

As yet, Graham’s role, as well as the plot are under wraps. Tom Hardy is returning as the journalist-turned-alien symbiote. Naomie Harris and Woody Harrelson are also set to star in the sequel.

Andy Serkis takes over the reins from Ruben Fleischer, beating other contenders ‘Bumblebee’ helmer Travis Knight and ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ director Rupert Wyatt.

Also in news – Jessica Chastain enters talks to join ‘The Forgiven

Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach and Amy Pascal will return as producers, alongside Hutch Parker. Kelly Marcel is penning the script.

Venom,’ from Sony Pictures’ catalogue of Marvel characters, became a surprise hit for the studio. The comic-book adventure grossed $213 million at the domestic box office and a massive $855 million worldwide.

Scott Rosenberg (“Jumanji”) and Jeff Pinkner (“The Dark Tower”) wrote the script for ‘Venom,
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Stephen Graham joins Sony’s Venom 2

This Is England and The Irishman actor Stephen Graham has become the latest addition to the cast of Sony’s Marvel sequel Venom 2.

As per Deadline, details on Graham’s role are being kept under wraps for the time being, but he joins a cast that includes returning Venom stars Tom Hardy (Eddie Brock/Venom), Michelle Williams (Anne Weying) and Woody Harrelson (Cletus Kasady/Carnage) and Naomie Harris (No Time To Die), who is rumoured to be playing the villain Shriek.

See Also: Brilliantly Intense: Why Stephen Graham is one of Britain’s finest

Venom 2 is currently in production under director Andy Serkis (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle) from a script by Venom writer Kelly Marcel, and is scheduled for release on October 2nd 2020.

The post Stephen Graham joins Sony’s Venom 2 appeared first on Flickering Myth.
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Venom 2 Aims for R-Rating, The Irishman Star Stephen Graham Joins Cast

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Venom 2 Aims for R-Rating, The Irishman Star Stephen Graham Joins Cast
We've got some juicy bits of info regarding Venom 2. First up, we have word that Stephen Graham, who most recently starred in Martin Scorsese's gangster epic The Irishman, has been added to the growing cast. We also are hearing from one of the movie's producers that, largely thanks to the success Joker has enjoyed over the past few months, an R-rating isn't off the table for the sequel.

As for the casting, according to several reports, Stephen Graham has joined the cast in a currently undisclosed role. Graham's previous credits include HBO's Boardwalk Empire, Snatch, Gangs of New York and, more recently, the Elton John biopic Rocketman. The cast also includes returning stars Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams, as well as Woody Harrelson, who appeared briefly in a post-credit sequence in the first movie. Harrelson is playing Cletus Kasady, aka the man that goes on to become fan-favorite villain Carnage.
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