15 seconds ago The superhero genre has been dominating the film world for years, with multiple studios attempting to create their own cinematic universes and compete for box office supremacy. While the Marvel Cinematic Universe continually breaks records, Sony was able to bring something unique to the table with Ruben Fleischer’s Venom. Director/actor Andy Serkis was recently announced to be helming the project, and it looks like star Tom Hardy will be intimately involved in the project’s writing. Andy Serkis was confirmed as Venom 2’s director just days ago, and shortly thereafter made an appearance at TCA to promote his role as the Ghost of Christmas Past in FX’s A Christmas Carol. He also briefly touched on his forthcoming director’s gig, revealing that the film’s star has been helping to write Venom’s sequel. As he put it: Well, this is exciting. Tom Hardy was an executive producer on the first Venom movie, in addition to playing his dual roles as Eddie Brock and the symbiote title character. He clearly knows the budding franchise well, and helped in forming the mysterious plot of Venom’s highly anticipated sequel. CinemaBlend’s Nick Venable was there for Andy Serkis’ comments to TCA, which are sure… Read full this story
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