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Tom Hardy Tries To Explain How Venom Is Connected To The MCU, Confuses Everyone

You’ve heard Andy Serkis talking up the so-called “Venom-Verse.” Now, it’s Tom Hardy’s turn.Serkis directs and Hardy stars in “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” which will test the limits of PG-13 — but not our patience. The 2021 sequel to Sony’s commercially successful yet critically drubbed “Venom” film is said to clock in at a […]

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US Box Office Preview: ‘Malignant’ No Match For ‘Shang-Chi”

After its record-shattering Labor Day weekend debut, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is set to rule the box office in its second weekend. The latest Marvel superhero movie has exceeded expectations, and there was a collective sigh of relief for the industry after over a month of disappointing box office returns. With […]

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‘No Time to Die’ Is Officially the Longest Bond and a Major Pain for ‘Venom’

“No Time to Die” is a done deal. United Artists has informed domestic exhibitors when tickets can go on sale, when shows can start, and the film’s final running time (163 minutes).It’s the final act in an 18-month saga that began March 4, 2020 when Eon Prods., along with distributors United Artists (domestic) and Universal […]

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Moves Up Release Date

Sony Pictures has once again moved the release date of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” announcing on Monday that it will be pushed up two weeks from Oct. 15 to Oct. 1. It was initially slated to premiere Sept. 24.The move keeps the Marvel tentpole film in what is expected to be a busy October […]

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‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Opens to #1 and Destroys the Labor Day Myth

Box-office history was busy this weekend. With Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” we learned that Simu Liu is an action star; that Labor Day is a perfectly fine time to open a blockbuster; and, that exhibition still has the capacity to exceed prior performance.“Shang-Chi” opening to $71.4 million for three days […]

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After ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Moves to 2022, What’s Next for Fall Film Releases?

After Paramount pushed its Tom Cruise tentpole “Top Gun: Maverick” into 2022, movie theater owners are growing anxious, concerned the move could inspire a stampede of film delays. With the theatrical business stuck in a variant-induced limbo, Hollywood is reexamining the distribution strategies for upcoming films like MGM’s Bond sequel “No Time to Die,” Marvel’s […]

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Trailer: Mayhem Is Coming In Sony’s Marvel Sequel

Hollywood struggles to get Venom right. The comic book character has seen two big screen adaptations so far with Topher Grace in “Spider-Man 3” and then Tom Hardy in “Venom,” and neither have quite hit the mark. Grace lacked the edge to play the role, and Hardy leaned toward the weirdness of the character but […]

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Tom Hardy ‘Spent Months’ Breaking ‘Venom 2’ Plot Over FaceTime, Earns First ‘Story By’ Credit

Tom Hardy is the face of Sony’s “Venom” franchise, but he’s more than just the star of the upcoming sequel “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.” As confirmed by screenwriter Kelly Marcel in an interview with Empire magazine, Hardy is getting the first “story by” credit of his feature film career after “spending months” brainstorming the […]

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