The Hollywood Reporter has revealed Scott Haze (Thank You For Your Service) has joined the cast of Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man spin-off Venom starring Tom Hardy.
Character details remain under wraps for now. In addition to Hardy, Haze joins Michelle Williams who is set to play the female lead, a district attorney and potential love interest to Hardy’s Brock. Jenny Slate (Zootopia) is also set to play a scientist with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story star Riz Ahmed and VEEP actor Reid Scott both on board in undisclosed roles.
Sony’s Venom is a standalone Spider-Man spinoff, separate from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Hardy in the starring role of the reporter-turned-Spider-Man nemesis, Eddie Brock. The film has been confirmed to be an origin story of sorts for Venom with Carnage featured as the antagonist.
Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer will helm the project from a script by Scott Rosenberg (Jumanji), Jeff Pinkner (The Dark Tower) and Kelly Marcel (Fifty Shades of Grey). Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, and Amy Pascal are producing.
Venom is currently slated to hit theaters on October 5, 2018. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Venom as we learn it.
Every ‘Spider-Man’ Movie Villain Ranked From Best To Worst
Spider-Man has the most impressive array of villains of any Marvel superhero. Every one of them stands out on both a visual standpoint as well as their distinctiveness. Now that there are six standalone cinematic outings for Spidey, we have an opportunity to reflect on all of the villains that the webhead has fought against on the big screen.
This list will rank each of the Spider-Man villains as portrayed in all six movies, including Spider-Man: Homecoming. We will be exploring both the high points and low points they brought to the big screen legacy of Spidey. Click “Next” to get started.
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