"There are scenes that aren't in this movie", Hardy replied when asked about his favorite scene to film. Hardy was fond of some that displayed the dark comedy aspect and some puppeteering. "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".
- Scott Mendelson, ForbesThe cast seems to all know they're in a darker superhero movie, except Tom Hardy who is basically remaking Jim Carrey's Liar Liar.
With the social media embargo for Venom now up following its world premiere in Los Angeles, we can reveal whether there are any end- or post-credit scenes in the Sony-Marvel film and, if so, how many. Part of me wonders if that's going to be how general audiences react, or if they'll buy into what Tom Hardy and Venom are selling.
"You enjoyed filming them". What do you make of Hardy's perspective and how he took some interesting insight from his young son?
The film's producer Matt Tolmach added: "Everyone is asking us that".
"But when I was presented with the opportunity to play Venom, and that correlated with my son's love for Venom and how cool he was, I got really, really excited and decided that I really wanted to do it".
EW: It never rises above bombastic and busy - which is something I never thought I'd say about a movie starring three aces like Hardy, Ahmed, and Williams. As an actor speaking, [you've] got to know that I may or may not have improvised about seven or eight, maybe 10 days-worth of footage that I want in that movie. "People forget that he's always had a weird sense of humor in the comics, and that humor is fully on display in the movie!" Fans were most than just delighted to see Hardy do a flawless impression. It's too bad they didn't go for the R rating though.
Venom releases in SA cinemas on Friday, 5 October.
Ahmed's Venom is all set to hit screens on October 4, 2018.