‘Venom’ Has More Than One Post-Credits Scene

‘Venom’ Has More Than One Post-Credits Scene

Especially considering the critical and financial success that "Deadpool" and "Logan" achieved with this rating, while, most importantly, Venom's penchant for eating people's heads and being an all-round deviant meant the film was perfectly suited to be excessively violent and obscene. "I took him right out there and played with it and had a lot of fun because there's a lot of fun you can have with a project and with this character and I've done that. Yep, but that's just me as an actor but the truth of it is everything that we wanted is in the story Everything I want is in the story and more and the film is awesome and I'm excited and I just want to shoot a sequel". Will it compromise 1993 source series Lethal Protector as the PG-13 certificate - 15 in the United Kingdom - suggests (Logan and Deadpool dared to go hard-R)? "But in the context of a PG-13 movie". I can't jump for joy at the news of bonus features we've been used to for 20 years, but I guess I see how that could cause some to dance. "So as far as I'm concerned, I passed his [test], and that's the best I could do". "But there is a huge audience for "Venom" from all ages".

And it tees up the possible next instalment very nicely, so make sure to stay for the post-credits scenes.

"A significant problem in a film full of them is that Eddie comes off as a dope, an eager dufus hardly convincing as a boundary-pushing journo or someone who can out-think a titan of technology". Of course there was no actual indication that the film was going to be released as an R-rated film.

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"Things that aren't in this movie... That is something you can't have in PG-13 movies". "Yeah, I think that, like, the fangs would out fun anything for her".

The plot is your standard origin story, as investigative journalist Eddie Brock (Hardy) aims to take down billionaire Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), whose Life Foundation has launched a space programme to find cures for the Earthly ills of overpopulation and climate change. "It has to be entertaining at the end of the day".

But before we get ahead of ourselves, let's see how Venom fares when it hits theaters on October 5th.

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