Venom Let There Be Carnage Release Date

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Eddie Brock and his good buddy/alien parasite Venom are back for Venom: Let There Be CarnageAs you can probably tell from the title, another symbiote, Carnage, is in this film, too. Carnage finds a host in Cletus Kasady, played by Woody Harrelson. Harrelson had a cameo in the first Venom, where he appeared wearing the worst wig in cinematic history. Now he’s back! Here’s everything we know about Venom: Let There Be Carnage so far.

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Venom Let There Be Carnage Trailer

Sony woke up this morning and chose carnage. The first official trailer has arrived for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the anticipated sequel to the 2018 surprise hit Venom, which starred Tom Hardy as a human who bonds with an alien symbiote and becomes a super-antihero. Hardy is back as the eternally beleaguered Eddie Brock, who has kind of made do with the fact that he’s possessed by a man-eating goop monster. A least he makes him breakfast. Watch the Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer below.

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Editing Pixar's Onward

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, listen as Pixar’s Onward editor Catherine Apple explains the process of editing an animated film and how the fantasy movie’s climactic battle came together. Plus, get behind the wheel on the set of Mad Max: Fury Road with director George Miller and the ensemble cast. And finally, listen as actor and filmmaker Seth Rogen answers a slew of questions about pot, pottery, beards, the internet, and more. Read More »

Havoc Cast Forest Whitaker

Havoc, the new Netflix action movie from The Raid franchise director Gareth Evans, has added Forest Whitaker to its cast. Whitaker joins the previously-announced Tom Hardy in the film, which follows a detective working his way through a criminal underworld to find a politician’s estranged son following a drug deal gone bad. And one can assume that this journey involves battling a lot of people in elaborate, jaw-dropping fight sequences.

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havoc tom hardy

Gareth Evans already made one movie with Netflix – the gnarly folk-horror flick Apostle. Now, he’s sticking with them, having just signed an exclusive deal to produce and direct films for the streaming service. And first up will be Havoc, a crime thriller that stars the lord of the mumbly actors, Tom Hardy. Evans has been doing prep-work for Havoc for a while now, and his Instagram has been filled with pre-production images. The plan now is to start filming in June.

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Don McCullin - Unreasonable Behaviour

It’s been a few years since Angelina Jolie got behind the camera as a director. The last film she helmed was First They Killed My Father in 2017, but soon she’ll be working on another true story in Unreasonable Behaviour, the story of British war photographer Don McCullin. And this time she’ll be getting some help from another superstar actor, with Tom Hardy stepping up to produce. Read More »

the things they carried cast

The Rupert Sanders adaptation of Tim O’Brien’s Vietnam War collection The Things They Carried has drafted an impressive cast. Tye Sheridan, Tom Hardy, Stephan James, Bill Skarsgard, Pete Davidson, Ashton Sanders, Martin Sensmeier, Moises Arias, and Angus Cloud will star in the film, which follows the story of the men of Alpha Company during the Vietnam War.

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josh trank tom hardy cia series

Josh Trank and Tom Hardy recently unleashed Capone upon the world, and they’re not through yet. According to Trank, he’s developing a new limited series about the CIA for Hardy to produce and star in. The series will track the forming of the CIA and, in Trank’s words, “capitalism versus communism.” And I only have one question: what weird voice will Hardy use on the show?

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capone review

Al Capone wanders out of the bushes, a diaper sagging around his midsection, a Tommy Gun at the ready. And not just any Tommy Gun, but a Tommy Gun made out of solid gold. A carrot clenched between his teeth like a cigar, Capone begins firing wildly, growling, screaming, drooling. He chomps down on that carrot like a deranged Bugs Bunny, and hikes up his soiled diaper.

This is Capone, Josh Trank‘s strange hybrid that wants to be both a gangster movie and also a horror pic. At the center of it all is Tom Hardy, who gets another excuse to use a strange voice. Hardy’s Capone is not the legendary gangster at the height of his Scarface days, but Capone nearing the end of his life, his mind ravaged by neurosyphilis. Here is a man who will not live out his final days with dignity.

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Venom Sequel

Yesterday brought the disappointing news that Venom 2 was being pushed back eight months from a theatrical release in October this year to a mid-summer release in 2021. But there was also some good news along with it as the title for the sequel was revealed to be Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Just in case you doubted that this over-the-top, on-the-nose title wasn’t real, an official Venom 2 title teaser has been released by Sony Pictures confirming that there will indeed be Carnage next summer. Read More »