“Venom: The Last Dance” Trailer Reveals Symbiote Battle Royale

The official trailer for first-time director Kelly Marcel’s Venom: The Last Dance is here, and as the title suggests, this will be the last time we see Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, the journalist turned host of an alien symbiote with an insatiable appetite who has, over the years, learned to channel his aggression (sort of) for the right causes. 

Hardy collaborated on the story with writer/director Marcel, a longtime Venom scribe, to help bring home the third and final installment in the franchise. Joining Hardy in the new film are newcomers Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor. 

Hardy’s run as Venom began with director Ruben Fleischer’s 2018 hit Venom, followed by Andy Serkis’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which co-starred Woody Harrelson as the alien symbiote that made Venom look mild-mannered by comparison. 

Hardy wrote in an Instagram post last November that he loved making the final film with Marcel. “It’s been and continues to be a lot of fun this journey — there’s always hard turns to burn when we work, but [it] doesn’t feel as hard when you love what you do and when you know you have great material and the support at all sides, of a great team. I want to mention very briefly how proud of my director, writing partner and dear friend Kelly Marcel I am. Watching you taking the helm on this one fills me with pride, it is an honour. Trust your gut, your instincts are always spot on.”

Check out the trailer below. Venom: The Last Dance arrives in theaters on October 25.

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Featured image: An image from “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.” Courtesy Sony Pictures.


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