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First Look: Banner art from upcoming Tom Hardy 'Venom' movie

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First Look: Banner art from upcoming Tom Hardy ‘Venom’ movie

First look at promotional material from Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man shoot-off film, Venom, starring Tom Hardy.

Looking forward to the long-promised Venom film from Sony? A Collider.com contributor stumbled upon the following banners at the Sony Booth during his visit to the 2017 Comic Con Experience in Sao Paulo, Brazil:

First Look: Banner art from upcoming Tom Hardy 'Venom' movie

First Look: Banner art from upcoming Tom Hardy 'Venom' movie

First Look: Banner art from upcoming Tom Hardy 'Venom' movie

If the #wearevenom hashtag and Tom Hardy (instead of Topher Grace) as Eddie Brock are any indication, Venom is looking to recreate the essence of what made the character so popular back in the ’90s.

Venom is helmed by Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer and features Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, and Jenny Slate alongside the aforementioned Tom Hardy; the film is expected to hit theaters October 5th, 2018.

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