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Assistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes Completo Online em PortuguesEm Eternals (Eternos) , depois de um ano dos acontecimentos do primeiro filme, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) está com problemas para se acostumar na vida com o symbiote Venom. Eddie tenta se restabelecer como jornalista ao entrevistar o serial killer Cletus Kasady, também portando um symbiote chamado Carnage e que acaba escapando da prisão após sua execução falhada. VEJA CLIQUE AQUI ░░▒▓██► https://tubeflix. xyz/pt/movie/524434/eternalsAssistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes Completo OnlineEternals (Eternos) (2021) Assista Filme Completo dublado OnlineDetahes do Filme Eternals (Eternos):Direção: Andy SerkisRoteiro Kelly Marcel, Todd McFarlaneElenco: Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Naomie HarrisTítulo original Eternals (Eternos)Sinopse do Filme Eternals (Eternos):Tag;Assistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes Completo Online[™Assistir] Eternals (Eternos) 2021 Filme Completo online HDEternals (Eternos) - ( 2021) Assistir Filmes e Séries Online 1080pAssistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes CompletoAssistir Eternals (Eternos) filme completo Online 2021Eternals (Eternos) Legendado Online - Filmes Online Grátis~Filmes Completos Gratis - Filmes Online - Assistir Filmes HDAssistir A Máfia dos Tigres Filme 2021 Completo dublado em Portugues#Eternals (Eternos) 2021 Assistir ou Baixar Filme Completo em PortuguesAssistir]~Filme Eternals (Eternos) 2021 [HD-4k] Completo em Portugues"Eternals (Eternos) " e mais estreias para assistirEternals (Eternos) Legendado Online - Mega Filmess~Eternals (Eternos)' estreia hoje em 658 salas pelo BrasilAssistir Eternals (Eternos) Filme 2021 Completo dublado em Portugues
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Superman v/s Injustice SupermanWolverine v/s Old Man LoganSpiderman v/s Black Symbiote SpidermanEvery superhero has a dark side, a darker version…. And so do we – you, me, all of usWe all have our dark sidesEach one of us values different things in lifeEach one of us has our unique strengths, our unique giftsBut are you aware of their dark sides? Sometimes, following the process is much simplerYou might end up rejecting their ideas because they are not creative enoughCreativity requires time and space. Almost like a learning raceSometimes, learning might happen just for the sake of it (I need to complete X hours of training this quarter)So, you see…There is a dark side to everythingBut as I said earlier, this might be happening unconsciouslyYou as a business leader and as an organization may not be aware of it and its impactAnd when you are not aware, there’s nothing much you can do about it So now here’s something for you to go back and reflect upon:Do you know your dark side as a leader? Do you know the dark side of your company’s culture?
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Jason Vest 2018-07-31

The latest trailer for Sony’s Venom delivers the most extensive look yet at the superpowered title character played by Tom Hardy.

The film’s first teaser focused on Hardy and the other human cast members, with no footage of the actual alien “symbiote” (basically, it’s a sentient costume with a bad attitude).

When we actually got to see Venom a few months later, some people were really into it.

This new trailer goes even further than those previous glimpses of oozing CGI skin and enormous fangs — it’s got big Venom action scenes and even a full-on, joke-y symbiote monologue.

Venom was created by David Michelinie and Todd McFarlane (who drew on previous storylines about the symbiote costume).

He started out as Spider-Man’s enemy, and that’s the role he filled on-screen a decade ago in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3.

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Michael Hurlock 2018-04-24
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While Marvel is gearing up to premiere the culmination of ten years of movies with this week’s Avengers: Infinity War, Sony has been rather quietly plugging away with its feature film based on Venom, one of Spider-Man’s most popular enemies.

The film’s first teaser trailer premiered back in February, but unfortunately, we didn’t get to see Venom himself – merely Eddie Brock, who acts as a host for the Venom symbiote.

That all changes today with the first official trailer for Venom, which finally shows us what we all want to see.

Yes indeed, this new trailer shows Venom rather than just Eddie Brock, but not before giving us a little bit of backstory.

As it turns out, Sony seems to have worked out a Spider-Man free origin for Venom, with the symbiote that bonds with Brock being discovered by a shady businessman who uses it in human testing.

Eddie Brock, who works as a journalist for the Daily Bugle, takes it upon himself to investigate the lab experimenting with this symbiote.

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Scott Siebenaler 2018-10-03
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In a new movie based on the Marvel comic in theatres this weekend, Tom Hardy plays Brock, a hapless ex-reporter who hears a nasty voice in his head

when he accidentally bonds with a very hungry alien symbiote called Venom.

It's only the latest blow for Brock, who lost his fiancé and his job when he stumbled onto the nefarious plans of a Silicon Valley tech billionaire.

Anyway, there's an awful lot of setup, all of it deeply formulaic, detailing how Brock is brought low.

If threatened, the sticky symbiote pops out of Brock's body, extruding glistening black spikes like a bunch of cheese strings dipped in motor oil, and impossibly extending limbs like a cartoon character whose fist turns into a hammer to biff the bad guys

I said I can't hear you!

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Jimmy Richmond 2018-10-03
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In Venom, a new movie based on the Marvel comic now in theatres worldwide, Tom Hardy plays Brock, a hapless ex-reporter who hears a nasty voice in his head

when he accidentally bonds with a very hungry alien symbiote called Venom.

It's only the latest blow for Brock, who lost his fiancée and his job when he stumbled onto the nefarious plans of a Silicon Valley tech billionaire.

Anyway, there's an awful lot of setup, all of it deeply formulaic, detailing how Brock is brought low.

If threatened, the sticky symbiote pops out of Brock's body, extruding glistening black spikes like a bunch of cheese strings dipped in motor oil, and impossibly extending limbs like a cartoon character whose fist turns into a hammer to biff the bad guys

I said I can't hear you!

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Eddie Brock will return for another round of symbiote-fueled action in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, with Andy Serkis in the director's chair for the film.
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Terry Fulmer 2018-07-31
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Sony has release a couple of trailers for Venom so far, and with each new one, we learn a little more about the movie.

In the last trailer, we finally got to see what Venom will look and sound like, but this time around, he gets a lot more screen time.

He isn’t alone, either, as this trailer shows us that Venom isn’t the only symbiote roaming the streets.

Though this new trailer does show us some footage that we’ve seen before, there’s plenty that’s new.

We get to see more of Venom in action, and the trailer further details the uneasy relationship between Eddie Brock and his symbiote.

The trailer also makes Venom’s fondness of eating people clear, which is a somewhat disturbing aspect of an already creepy character.

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Mike Estes 2018-04-24
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The second full trailer for Venom was released Monday night, and unlike the first one, it actually showed the title character.

When the first trailer came out in February, some fans complained because it showed star Tom Hardy only in his role as Eddie Brock, and not his alien symbiote.

The new trailer delivers Venom in all forms, from black goo to full-on monstrous creature who really needs to see an orthodontist.

A new poster also shows both the characters.

Marvel Comics character Brock is a journalist and foe of Spider-Man, who bonds with the symbiote to become Venom.

The film comes from the new Sony Marvel Universe, not the familiar Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Donald Broussard 2017-10-15
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Crossovers are an obvious fit for the ragtag band of mutants.

But I can’t say I’ve ever seen this one before.

Starting to January 2018, the “Poison X” crossover, starting in “X-Men Blue Annual 1", will see the symbiote-bonded Eddie Brock team up with X Men Blue’s team of unstuck-in-time OG X-Men (Jean Grey, Cyclops, Iceman, Beast, & Angel) to fight a crew of Poisons, the interdimensional villains that can absorb symbiotes for power and profit.

While an unlikely narrative fit, this crossover makes creative sense.

The current writer on X-Men Blue is Cullen Bunn, who helmed the Venomverse crossover event that introduced the Poisons (and a bunch of alternate universe symbiote-bonded heroes and villains) and who used to write for the main Venom book.

The “Poison X” crossover will last for six issues, starting in January.

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James Farr 2018-10-03
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But Venom might be unique in that he's in a constant fight with his secret identity, as normal guy Eddie Brock is taken over by a viscous, vicious murder machine from outer space that only he can hear.

In Venom, a new movie based on the Marvel comic now in theatres worldwide, Tom Hardy plays Brock, a hapless ex-reporter who hears a nasty voice in his head

when he accidentally bonds with a very hungry alien symbiote called Venom.

It's only the latest blow for Brock, who lost his fiancée and his job when he stumbled onto the nefarious plans of a Silicon Valley tech billionaire.

Anyway, there's an awful lot of setup, all of it deeply formulaic, detailing how Brock is brought low.

If threatened, the sticky symbiote pops out of Brock's body, extruding glistening black spikes like a bunch of cheese strings dipped in motor oil, and impossibly extending limbs like a cartoon character whose fist turns into a hammer to biff the bad guys

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Bart King 2018-08-07
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Diehard Spider-Man fans will swear up and down that there’s no way to make a movie about Eddie Brock and Venom without Peter Parker, but that’s really not the case.

Sony’s upcoming Venom standalone movie is the perfect opportunity to prove that the character can be much more compelling and nuanced when it’s anything other than a Spider-Man villain.

From the looks of it, Venom significantly reworks the character’s origins in order to get around the tangled legal web that comes along with Spider-Man’s big screen appearances.

Rather than having gone through the traumatic experiences of bonding and then breaking apart from Spider-Man, Venom’s symbiote appears to arrive somewhat fully formed before it first meets Eddie Brock, who of course becomes its unwitting host.

Weirdly-accented man meets monster, monster possesses the man, the two go on a murder spree, and the man is helpless to stop himself from going along for the ride.

In Eddie, the symbiote sees an opportunity to move through the world freely, indulge its murderous desires, and most importantly, to defend itself from harm.

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Frederick Jones 2017-08-11
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After the casting of Tom Hardy as Venom, we were already excited about the 2018 movie.

Now that Riz Ahmed is attached, we're drooling with anticipation.

A few months after nabbing Tom Hardy (Dunkirk) to star in his upcoming Venom movie, director Ruben Fleischer has reportedly pulled off another casting coup, adding rising British star Riz Ahmed (The Night Of), according to ScreenRant.

No official word has come from Sony Pictures regarding Ahmed’s role — Variety reports that he would be playing a “popular Marvel Comics character” — but rumors indicate that the 34-year-old actor-slash-rapper will play Cletus Kasady, known better as Carnage.

Technically, like Venom, Carnage is a symbiote — a sentient, gooey alien thing that bonds with a host, imparting its power and often subsuming the person entirely.

While down-on-his-luck journalist Eddie Brock (Hardy) becomes a sort of antihero after bonding with Venom, Kasady is a psychopathic serial killer before absorbing the Carnage symbiote within his prison cell, which transforms him into a full-on supervillain.

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In a quest to continue being the go-to comic for creating the most nonsensical blogs, this week s issue of Squirrel Girl uses basic computer science and counting in binary to deliver a splash page so fundamentally rad it should probably grace the cover of a mid- 80s metal album.

Suffice to say, it s rather brilliant.

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 11—written by Ryan North, and featuring guest artist Jacob Chabot and colors from Rico Renzi—takes a break from its usual adventures to deliver a wonderful dreamscape battle between Squirrel Girl and the villainous Nightmare.

It starts off with a fight between Doreen and Doc Ock, which is how Doreen first learns she s in a dream because, of course, Ock has been dead for a few years now .

But the fight allows her to dissect Octavius villainous boasts as if they were basic programming statements:

She continues with the programming lesson long enough to distract Ock so she can beat him, but the fun really begins when Nightmare reveals himself to Doreen, attempting to beat Doreen in her dreams so she ll be driven insane.

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The first trailer for "Venom," starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock and his alien symbiote, dropped on Thursday morning.

But to some fans' disappointment, it only showed Hardy in his role as Brock, and not Venom.

A menacing poster was released Wednesday in advance of the trailer.

Michelle Williams and Riz Ahmed also star.

"Venom" is scheduled for release on Oct. 5 in the U.S. and U.K., with no Australia release date yet.

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William Garza 2018-07-31
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Who could’ve guessed it, said beast is not that bad once you get to know it as it lives inside your body.

And once you get past, you know, all the wanton murder it does.

The new trailer for the Sony film delves a little more into the actual basic premise, something mostly absent from our earlier glimpses of the film – Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy with an accent that continues to perplex), a journalist who uncovers a very shady experiment with alien species that, in turns, leads to him becoming connected with a symbiotic being that transforms him into the violent superpowered anti-hero Venom.

There’s a lot of good Venom-y action here – even some tantalising shots of Riz Ahmed’s villain in action as the other symbiote of the film, Riot – as well as lot of interesting displays of just how Venom will deal with its dual protagonists, given that they occupy the same body and a lot of Hardy just talking to himself is bound to get old at some point.

And, it’s also darkly funny at times, both from Hardy’s own reactions as Eddie gets further caught up in the symbiote’s violence, or even the symbiote itself, who relishes in giving some...and, let’s say, graphic threats.

Venom rolls into cinemas like a turd on the wind on 5th October.

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Assistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes Completo Online em PortuguesEm Eternals (Eternos) , depois de um ano dos acontecimentos do primeiro filme, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) está com problemas para se acostumar na vida com o symbiote Venom. Eddie tenta se restabelecer como jornalista ao entrevistar o serial killer Cletus Kasady, também portando um symbiote chamado Carnage e que acaba escapando da prisão após sua execução falhada. VEJA CLIQUE AQUI ░░▒▓██► https://tubeflix. xyz/pt/movie/524434/eternalsAssistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes Completo OnlineEternals (Eternos) (2021) Assista Filme Completo dublado OnlineDetahes do Filme Eternals (Eternos):Direção: Andy SerkisRoteiro Kelly Marcel, Todd McFarlaneElenco: Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Naomie HarrisTítulo original Eternals (Eternos)Sinopse do Filme Eternals (Eternos):Tag;Assistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes Completo Online[™Assistir] Eternals (Eternos) 2021 Filme Completo online HDEternals (Eternos) - ( 2021) Assistir Filmes e Séries Online 1080pAssistir Eternals (Eternos) (2021) Dublado Filmes CompletoAssistir Eternals (Eternos) filme completo Online 2021Eternals (Eternos) Legendado Online - Filmes Online Grátis~Filmes Completos Gratis - Filmes Online - Assistir Filmes HDAssistir A Máfia dos Tigres Filme 2021 Completo dublado em Portugues#Eternals (Eternos) 2021 Assistir ou Baixar Filme Completo em PortuguesAssistir]~Filme Eternals (Eternos) 2021 [HD-4k] Completo em Portugues"Eternals (Eternos) " e mais estreias para assistirEternals (Eternos) Legendado Online - Mega Filmess~Eternals (Eternos)' estreia hoje em 658 salas pelo BrasilAssistir Eternals (Eternos) Filme 2021 Completo dublado em Portugues
Jason Vest 2018-07-31

The latest trailer for Sony’s Venom delivers the most extensive look yet at the superpowered title character played by Tom Hardy.

The film’s first teaser focused on Hardy and the other human cast members, with no footage of the actual alien “symbiote” (basically, it’s a sentient costume with a bad attitude).

When we actually got to see Venom a few months later, some people were really into it.

This new trailer goes even further than those previous glimpses of oozing CGI skin and enormous fangs — it’s got big Venom action scenes and even a full-on, joke-y symbiote monologue.

Venom was created by David Michelinie and Todd McFarlane (who drew on previous storylines about the symbiote costume).

He started out as Spider-Man’s enemy, and that’s the role he filled on-screen a decade ago in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3.

Scott Siebenaler 2018-10-03
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In a new movie based on the Marvel comic in theatres this weekend, Tom Hardy plays Brock, a hapless ex-reporter who hears a nasty voice in his head

when he accidentally bonds with a very hungry alien symbiote called Venom.

It's only the latest blow for Brock, who lost his fiancé and his job when he stumbled onto the nefarious plans of a Silicon Valley tech billionaire.

Anyway, there's an awful lot of setup, all of it deeply formulaic, detailing how Brock is brought low.

If threatened, the sticky symbiote pops out of Brock's body, extruding glistening black spikes like a bunch of cheese strings dipped in motor oil, and impossibly extending limbs like a cartoon character whose fist turns into a hammer to biff the bad guys

I said I can't hear you!

Ronald Mitchell 2021-05-10
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Eddie Brock will return for another round of symbiote-fueled action in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, with Andy Serkis in the director's chair for the film.
Mike Estes 2018-04-24
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The second full trailer for Venom was released Monday night, and unlike the first one, it actually showed the title character.

When the first trailer came out in February, some fans complained because it showed star Tom Hardy only in his role as Eddie Brock, and not his alien symbiote.

The new trailer delivers Venom in all forms, from black goo to full-on monstrous creature who really needs to see an orthodontist.

A new poster also shows both the characters.

Marvel Comics character Brock is a journalist and foe of Spider-Man, who bonds with the symbiote to become Venom.

The film comes from the new Sony Marvel Universe, not the familiar Marvel Cinematic Universe.

James Farr 2018-10-03
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But Venom might be unique in that he's in a constant fight with his secret identity, as normal guy Eddie Brock is taken over by a viscous, vicious murder machine from outer space that only he can hear.

In Venom, a new movie based on the Marvel comic now in theatres worldwide, Tom Hardy plays Brock, a hapless ex-reporter who hears a nasty voice in his head

when he accidentally bonds with a very hungry alien symbiote called Venom.

It's only the latest blow for Brock, who lost his fiancée and his job when he stumbled onto the nefarious plans of a Silicon Valley tech billionaire.

Anyway, there's an awful lot of setup, all of it deeply formulaic, detailing how Brock is brought low.

If threatened, the sticky symbiote pops out of Brock's body, extruding glistening black spikes like a bunch of cheese strings dipped in motor oil, and impossibly extending limbs like a cartoon character whose fist turns into a hammer to biff the bad guys

Frederick Jones 2017-08-11
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After the casting of Tom Hardy as Venom, we were already excited about the 2018 movie.

Now that Riz Ahmed is attached, we're drooling with anticipation.

A few months after nabbing Tom Hardy (Dunkirk) to star in his upcoming Venom movie, director Ruben Fleischer has reportedly pulled off another casting coup, adding rising British star Riz Ahmed (The Night Of), according to ScreenRant.

No official word has come from Sony Pictures regarding Ahmed’s role — Variety reports that he would be playing a “popular Marvel Comics character” — but rumors indicate that the 34-year-old actor-slash-rapper will play Cletus Kasady, known better as Carnage.

Technically, like Venom, Carnage is a symbiote — a sentient, gooey alien thing that bonds with a host, imparting its power and often subsuming the person entirely.

While down-on-his-luck journalist Eddie Brock (Hardy) becomes a sort of antihero after bonding with Venom, Kasady is a psychopathic serial killer before absorbing the Carnage symbiote within his prison cell, which transforms him into a full-on supervillain.

Val Strefeler 2018-02-08
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The first trailer for "Venom," starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock and his alien symbiote, dropped on Thursday morning.

But to some fans' disappointment, it only showed Hardy in his role as Brock, and not Venom.

A menacing poster was released Wednesday in advance of the trailer.

Michelle Williams and Riz Ahmed also star.

"Venom" is scheduled for release on Oct. 5 in the U.S. and U.K., with no Australia release date yet.

Harsh_Johari 1d
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Superman v/s Injustice SupermanWolverine v/s Old Man LoganSpiderman v/s Black Symbiote SpidermanEvery superhero has a dark side, a darker version…. And so do we – you, me, all of usWe all have our dark sidesEach one of us values different things in lifeEach one of us has our unique strengths, our unique giftsBut are you aware of their dark sides? Sometimes, following the process is much simplerYou might end up rejecting their ideas because they are not creative enoughCreativity requires time and space. Almost like a learning raceSometimes, learning might happen just for the sake of it (I need to complete X hours of training this quarter)So, you see…There is a dark side to everythingBut as I said earlier, this might be happening unconsciouslyYou as a business leader and as an organization may not be aware of it and its impactAnd when you are not aware, there’s nothing much you can do about it So now here’s something for you to go back and reflect upon:Do you know your dark side as a leader? Do you know the dark side of your company’s culture?
Michael Hurlock 2018-04-24
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While Marvel is gearing up to premiere the culmination of ten years of movies with this week’s Avengers: Infinity War, Sony has been rather quietly plugging away with its feature film based on Venom, one of Spider-Man’s most popular enemies.

The film’s first teaser trailer premiered back in February, but unfortunately, we didn’t get to see Venom himself – merely Eddie Brock, who acts as a host for the Venom symbiote.

That all changes today with the first official trailer for Venom, which finally shows us what we all want to see.

Yes indeed, this new trailer shows Venom rather than just Eddie Brock, but not before giving us a little bit of backstory.

As it turns out, Sony seems to have worked out a Spider-Man free origin for Venom, with the symbiote that bonds with Brock being discovered by a shady businessman who uses it in human testing.

Eddie Brock, who works as a journalist for the Daily Bugle, takes it upon himself to investigate the lab experimenting with this symbiote.

Jimmy Richmond 2018-10-03
img

In Venom, a new movie based on the Marvel comic now in theatres worldwide, Tom Hardy plays Brock, a hapless ex-reporter who hears a nasty voice in his head

when he accidentally bonds with a very hungry alien symbiote called Venom.

It's only the latest blow for Brock, who lost his fiancée and his job when he stumbled onto the nefarious plans of a Silicon Valley tech billionaire.

Anyway, there's an awful lot of setup, all of it deeply formulaic, detailing how Brock is brought low.

If threatened, the sticky symbiote pops out of Brock's body, extruding glistening black spikes like a bunch of cheese strings dipped in motor oil, and impossibly extending limbs like a cartoon character whose fist turns into a hammer to biff the bad guys

I said I can't hear you!

Terry Fulmer 2018-07-31
img

Sony has release a couple of trailers for Venom so far, and with each new one, we learn a little more about the movie.

In the last trailer, we finally got to see what Venom will look and sound like, but this time around, he gets a lot more screen time.

He isn’t alone, either, as this trailer shows us that Venom isn’t the only symbiote roaming the streets.

Though this new trailer does show us some footage that we’ve seen before, there’s plenty that’s new.

We get to see more of Venom in action, and the trailer further details the uneasy relationship between Eddie Brock and his symbiote.

The trailer also makes Venom’s fondness of eating people clear, which is a somewhat disturbing aspect of an already creepy character.

Donald Broussard 2017-10-15
img

Crossovers are an obvious fit for the ragtag band of mutants.

But I can’t say I’ve ever seen this one before.

Starting to January 2018, the “Poison X” crossover, starting in “X-Men Blue Annual 1", will see the symbiote-bonded Eddie Brock team up with X Men Blue’s team of unstuck-in-time OG X-Men (Jean Grey, Cyclops, Iceman, Beast, & Angel) to fight a crew of Poisons, the interdimensional villains that can absorb symbiotes for power and profit.

While an unlikely narrative fit, this crossover makes creative sense.

The current writer on X-Men Blue is Cullen Bunn, who helmed the Venomverse crossover event that introduced the Poisons (and a bunch of alternate universe symbiote-bonded heroes and villains) and who used to write for the main Venom book.

The “Poison X” crossover will last for six issues, starting in January.

Bart King 2018-08-07
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Diehard Spider-Man fans will swear up and down that there’s no way to make a movie about Eddie Brock and Venom without Peter Parker, but that’s really not the case.

Sony’s upcoming Venom standalone movie is the perfect opportunity to prove that the character can be much more compelling and nuanced when it’s anything other than a Spider-Man villain.

From the looks of it, Venom significantly reworks the character’s origins in order to get around the tangled legal web that comes along with Spider-Man’s big screen appearances.

Rather than having gone through the traumatic experiences of bonding and then breaking apart from Spider-Man, Venom’s symbiote appears to arrive somewhat fully formed before it first meets Eddie Brock, who of course becomes its unwitting host.

Weirdly-accented man meets monster, monster possesses the man, the two go on a murder spree, and the man is helpless to stop himself from going along for the ride.

In Eddie, the symbiote sees an opportunity to move through the world freely, indulge its murderous desires, and most importantly, to defend itself from harm.

Thomas Gibson 2016-08-26
img

In a quest to continue being the go-to comic for creating the most nonsensical blogs, this week s issue of Squirrel Girl uses basic computer science and counting in binary to deliver a splash page so fundamentally rad it should probably grace the cover of a mid- 80s metal album.

Suffice to say, it s rather brilliant.

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 11—written by Ryan North, and featuring guest artist Jacob Chabot and colors from Rico Renzi—takes a break from its usual adventures to deliver a wonderful dreamscape battle between Squirrel Girl and the villainous Nightmare.

It starts off with a fight between Doreen and Doc Ock, which is how Doreen first learns she s in a dream because, of course, Ock has been dead for a few years now .

But the fight allows her to dissect Octavius villainous boasts as if they were basic programming statements:

She continues with the programming lesson long enough to distract Ock so she can beat him, but the fun really begins when Nightmare reveals himself to Doreen, attempting to beat Doreen in her dreams so she ll be driven insane.

William Garza 2018-07-31
img

Who could’ve guessed it, said beast is not that bad once you get to know it as it lives inside your body.

And once you get past, you know, all the wanton murder it does.

The new trailer for the Sony film delves a little more into the actual basic premise, something mostly absent from our earlier glimpses of the film – Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy with an accent that continues to perplex), a journalist who uncovers a very shady experiment with alien species that, in turns, leads to him becoming connected with a symbiotic being that transforms him into the violent superpowered anti-hero Venom.

There’s a lot of good Venom-y action here – even some tantalising shots of Riz Ahmed’s villain in action as the other symbiote of the film, Riot – as well as lot of interesting displays of just how Venom will deal with its dual protagonists, given that they occupy the same body and a lot of Hardy just talking to himself is bound to get old at some point.

And, it’s also darkly funny at times, both from Hardy’s own reactions as Eddie gets further caught up in the symbiote’s violence, or even the symbiote itself, who relishes in giving some...and, let’s say, graphic threats.

Venom rolls into cinemas like a turd on the wind on 5th October.