Carnage has been named as the main bad guy in Sony's upcoming Spider-Man spin-off Venom starring Tom Hardy.
There is still a chance that Tom Holland's Spider-Man could show up in Venom or Silver & Black.
Tom Hardy's R-Rated comic book adaptation Venom will kick off Sony's Marvel standalone universe.
Boss Logic returns with his take on Tom Hardy as Venom in the upcoming Sony Spider-Man spin-off.
Venom will begin shooting this fall as part of Sony's Marvel Universe separate from the MCU.
Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer will direct Tom Hardy in the Venom movie.
Sony is reportedly using the Venom spin-off to set up its own R-Rated version of the MCU.
A new production listing for Venom reveals that production will begin this fall, with the project described as a horror sci-fi film.
Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernck jokingly confirm that Life is a secret prequel to Venom, while director Daniel Espinosa won't confirm or deny it as fact.
Alex Kurtzman has come aboard to direct Sony Pictures' Venom spin-off, which was just given a fall 2018 release date.
Sony Pictures has hired Dante Harper to write the script for their Spider-Man spinoff Venom, which is being envisioned as its own franchise.
Sony is still developing Spider-Man spinoffs Sinister Six, Venom and an all-female adventure, but Marvel's Kevin Feige is not involved.
Alex Kurtzman says it isn't easy deciding which of the numerous comic book characters will take on the Venom role.
Alex Kurtzman reveals one of the main draws to working on Venom is having the ability to do things that he couldn't with Spider-Man.
A new report claims that the Venom spin-off movie will include Marvel character Carnage, and is releasing the same year as Sony's female-led superhero movie.
Alex Kurtzman reveals that Venom will come after The Sinister Six, and that he wants Guillermo del Toro to be involved in the Universal monster movies.
Producers Avi Arad and Matthew Tolmach reveal that they are taking the character's inclusion into consideration.
Take a look at the unused design for Topher Grace's villainous character from the 2007 superhero sequel.
Producer Matthew Tolmach shoots down rumors of a Spider-Man and Avengers crossover while teasing that some of these villains may be redeemed.
Venom's story arc will follow the comic books, which went onto see him as the lethal defender of the innocent and protector of the homeless.