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Sequel Bits: ‘Venom’, ‘Train to Busan’, ‘The Nun’, ‘Halloween’, ‘Goosebumps 2’, ‘Sherlock Holmes 3’, ‘Call Me By Your Name’, ‘Fantastic Beasts’
Posted on Saturday, August 25th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista
In this edition of Sequel Bits:
- Tom Hardy says he’s contracted for three Venom movies, so hopefully he’ll get to repeat that “Turd in the wind” line two more times.
- A Train to Busan sequel is in the works.
- BOO. TIME FOR A LOUD NEW NUN TEASER!! BANG CLANG BOOM!
- Hear a super-quick snippet of John Carpenter’s new Halloween score.
- Goosebumps 2 has a new trailer.
- Robert Downey Jr. teases Sherlock Holmes 3.
- Michael Stuhlbarg says Luca Guadagnino really wants to make that Call Me By Your Namesequel.
- Learn all about one of the new Fantastic Beasts locations.
Venom isn’t out yet, but early box office tracking has been positive. Does this mean we’re in for some Venom sequels? It’s a definite possibility, and star Tom Hardy has confirmed he’s signed on for at least three films. “I’m open to whatever you want to do with it,” the actor told Total Film. “We’ve signed up for three of them. So it’s very much an open case. We’ll see what people’s responses are to it. I think it’s an awesome character. I love playing both of them. It’s an amuse-bouche, and for Sony, it’s the Venom-verse launched in isolation, as it were.” I remain skeptical of this whole endeavor – the trailers are bad – but I like Hardy. So if he makes the first Venom work, sequels couldn’t hurt.
The zombie genre has mostly been done to death, but every once in a while, a film comes along and reinvents the wheel, so to speak. Train To Busan is a great example: director Yeon Sang-ho found a way to make a zombie movie seem fresh and emotional with his South Korean horror-drama. Now, the filmmaker is working on a sequel. AllKPop reports the follow-up is tentatively titled Peninsula, and “will revisit the same zombie virus that was seen in the original movie, except this time the focus will be expanded to the entire Korean peninsula.” The sequel is expected to start shooting next year.
The Nun, the latest entry in the Conjuring Universe, has a loud new teaser to give you the creeps. Some poor sap finds himself trapped in a coffin, screaming his head off. He starts flicking a lighter in the darkness, which can only mean one thing: the minute there’s enough light, a ghoul’s face is going to jump out and scream at him and us. That’s what more or less happens here – a pair of hands grab this guy’s head and shake it around (what an annoying ghost). The hands belong to the Nun, and she’s having nun of this guy’s bullshit, let me tell you. I like the Conjuring Universe for the most part, and I’m eager to see The Nun. But I’ll probably wait for Blu-ray, because rude audiences have made going to horror movies a nightmare, and I’d rather just watch this from the comfort of my own home. If you want to brave the theater to see The Nun, the film opens September 7, 2018.
I’m so damn excited for the new Halloween, for a variety of reasons. One such reason is that John Carpenter, director of the original film and composer of the iconic Halloween score, came back to create the music for this film as well. A teaser for Carpenter’s latest Halloween score is available, and it’s…very, very brief. Look, I’ll take what I can get until the full score is available, but this is a tad underwhelming. Mostly because it includes dialogue from the movie, which is entirely unnecessary. Just give us the tunes, man! What we hear here is appropriately moody and synth-y, and then the familiar Halloween theme kicks in right at the end. The score was composed by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies, and will be available on October 19, which is the same day Halloween opens.
The first Goosebumps movie was surprisingly fun, and maybe the sequel – Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween – will follow suit. Jack Black isn’t returning as famed Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, but Slappy the Dummy is back, so there’s that. I’m a sucker for anything Halloween-themed, so I’ll definitely give this a shot, even though this new international trailer isn’t great. In the sequel, “two boys face an onslaught from witches, monsters, ghouls and a talking dummy after they discover a mysterious book by author R.L. Stine.” CGI ghosts and ghouls run amok in the process. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween opens October 12, 2018.
The Robert Downey Jr./Jude Law Sherlock Holmes films have a surprisingly strong following, and they’ve been box office hits. Warner Bros. announced that Sherlock Holmes 3 will hit theaters in 2020, which means Downey Jr. and Law will need to get back in action soon. Downey Jr. took to Twitter to confirm just that. You can see the tweet below. Guy Ritchie, who helmed the first two films, is rumored to be returning for the third, but nothing has been made official yet.
— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) August 19, 2018
Director Luca Guadagnino has already expressed interest in making a Call Me By Your Name sequel, but there’s been very little official movement on the follow-up film. But Michael Stuhlbarg, who delivered a phenomenal performance in the first film, insists that Guadagnino is committed to making the sequel happen. “He [Guadagnino] seems to think that we might be able to pick up the action a few years later…to see what’s happened to these characters and the choices they’ve made, and life after this particularly momentous summer for them all. But it sounds like something he’s serious about, and André Aciman is thrilled I think at the idea,” the actor told Far Out. Guadagnino’s next film is Suspiria, hitting theaters in November. Perhaps he’ll get to work on the Call Me By Your Name sequel in earnest once the press tour for Suspiria ends.
Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindelwald movies the franchise’s action from America to Paris, which means you can expect a whole new set of locations. One such location is the French Ministry of Magic, which producer David Heyman is very excited about. Heyman told Cinema Blend:
“I think the French Ministry is pretty bloody beautiful. I think it’s one of Stuart [Craig]’s most beautiful sets. I think a lot of it will be augmented in the digital space, but the detail, the filigree… and also, just from a practical point of view, how it’s been multipurpose. Because we go into different parts of the French Ministry, and we’ve had to repurpose one set for different levels and different things — and how flexible it is. … From a visual point of view, it feels very French, and extraordinary magical.”
Art Director Martin Foley is also excited about this spot, adding:
“All Jo [Rowling] said in the script was that it was this kind of nouveau building, and underground. And the problem with being underground is, there’s no light. And nouveau is all about light and nature and these beautiful kinds of organic shapes. And when you’re underground it’s just like a big cave, you know? And so Stuart [Craig] decided to ignore pretty much the fact it was underground. He’s put it underground, but it has a glass roof, and it’s kind of a magical glass roof. There are all these domes and it’s very similar to the gardens. There’s a building in Paris it’s quite similar to. But on the domes, there are projections of magical creatures being projected around. And we sculpted all of these beautiful statues.”
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Woody Harrelson Confirms He’ll Appear in ‘Venom’ and ‘Venom 2’
Posted on Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 by Ben Pearson
Despite the fact that we’ve seen two trailers for it already, I’m still having trouble believing that Sony Pictures’ Venom is a real movie. But as baffling as it is for Sony to create an entirely separate Marvel cinematic universe centered on Spider-Man’s supporting characters while not featuring the web-slinger himself, that’s exactly what they’re doing. But at least they’ve pulled together a great cast to kick things off.
We’ve known for a while that Woody Harrelson would appear in this movie, but now we have confirmation from the man himself, plus a hint at what we can expect from him in Venom and when he returns for…uh, Venom 2?
Collider sat down with Harrelson, who confirmed last year’s report that he would have a role in Venom. Harrelson cited the reunion with his Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer as part of the reason he decided to come on board the superhero film, as well as working with star Tom Hardy, who’s playing the lead role of Venom/Eddie Brock in this film. But he also said Venom has “a really wonderful script,” and explained the size of his role in the movie while confirming that he’ll show up in the inevitable sequel:
“I’m in a little fraction of this movie, but I’ll be in the next one, you know? So I haven’t read that script, but anyways, just rolled the dice.”
Initial reports said he’d be playing a henchman, but earlier this year, a rumor circulated saying Harrelson would actually be playing the comic book villain Carnage, a serial killer named Cletus Kasady who is infected with the same alien symbiote as Eddie Brock. Harrelson’s comment about barely showing up in Venom but teasing a much larger role in Venom 2 seems to indicate that he’s playing a bigger character than just a random henchman, so the Carnage option is looking more and more likely here. If that turns out to be the case, that’s a fun piece of casting – Harrelson can be manic and wild with the best of ’em, and it might be cool to see him turned loose in an uncontrolled part like Carnage.
For me, the most interesting thing about this is the behind-the-scenes component. Did Harrelson agree to appear in Venom and Venom 2 movie because he thinks Ruben Fleischer is directing both films? Would Sony keep Fleischer on as the director of a sequel if the first movie underperforms at the box office? But I suppose all of this is putting the cart before the horse, and this particular horse pulls into theaters on October 5, 2018.
Here’s Venom’s official synopsis:
One of Marvel’s most enigmatic, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award® nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom.
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Venom (2018 film)
Venom is a upcoming 2018 superhero film by Sony Pictures, based on the character of the same name, starring Tom Hardy as Venom. It is the first film of Sony’s Marvel Universe. It will be produced by Columbia Pictures and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing. It is set to place in the same world as the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It will be released on October 5, 2018.
New York photographer Eddie Brock finds himself involved in a conspiracy involving the scientific organization the Life Foundation experimenting on people by bonding them with alien symbiotes. However, when one such symbiote bonds to him, the Life Foundation’s forces come gunning for him, Brock must work together with the symbiote and against them as the monstrous vigilante Venom
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Als Dr. Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), Chef der mysteriösen Life Foundation, in den Besitz eines Organismus außerirdischen Ursprungs kommt, benutzt er diese sogenannten Symbionten, um mit ihnen Experimente an Menschen durchzuführen. Dank des Tipps einer Konzern-Insiderin (Jenny Slate) bekommt der Reporter Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) Wind von Drakes fragwürdigen Machenschaften und beschließt – entgegen der Warnung seiner Freundin Anne (Michelle Williams) – der Sache auf den Grund zu gehen. Bei seinen Nachforschungen in den Labors der Life Foundation kommt Eddie jedoch selbst mit einem Symbionten in Kontakt, der mit ihm zu einem neuen Wesen verschmilzt: dem mit übermenschlichen Kräften ausgestatteten Venom.
Eigenständiger Solofilm des aus den „Spider-Man“-Comics bekannten Bösewichts/Antihelden Venom.
Titolo originale: Venom
Venom è un film di genere azione, horror, thriller, fantascienza del 2018, diretto da Ruben Fleischer, con Tom Hardy e Michelle Williams. Uscita al cinema il 04 ottobre 2018. Distribuito da Warner Bros..
- DATA USCITA : 04 ottobre 2018
- GENERE : Azione, Horror, Thriller, Fantascienza
- ANNO : 2018
- REGIA : Ruben Fleischer
- ATTORI : Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Woody Harrelson, Jenny Slate, Riz Ahmed, Michelle Lee, Reid Scott, Scott Haze, Sam Medina
- PAESE : USA
- DISTRIBUZIONE : Warner Bros.
Venom, il protettore letale, uno dei personaggi Marvel più enigmatici, complessi e tosti arriva sul grande schermo interpretato dall’attore candidato all’Oscar® Tom Hardy.
Venom 2 film
There’s still no official word yet as to whether it’s cool to fancy Venom or not. Come on Sony, don’t leave us hanging.
But we do already know there’ll be a second film allowing fans to drool over Tom Hardy’s version of the character. Other cast members have already acknowledged that, even if they did clam up immediately after uttering those confirmations.
So who’s going to be in it, what’s it about, when can I see a trailer and – most importantly – will Tom Holland’s webslinger show his mask? Here’s everything we know about Venom 2 so far.
© Sony Pictures Tom Hardy, Venom movie trailer
Venom 2 plot – will Spider-Man show up?
While it’s looking increasingly unlikely that we’ll get a Spidey-sized cameo in the first Venom movie when it arrives later this year, the director has hinted at a future Spider-Man crossover. Could that take place in Venom 2?
“This feels very much like Venom’s movie. It’s the introduction of the character,” Ruben Fleischer says of the first film, before teasing. “As to where it will go in future movies, and who he’ll run across, I can’t say.”
© Marvel Studios Tom Holland, Spiderman, Avengers: Infinity War
Venom 2 cast – who is returning?
Tom Hardy will be back. That’s a given. They make actors sign multi-film contracts these days, dontcha know.
Michelle Williams, who stars as Eddie Brock’s ex-wife Anne Weying, will likely be joining him. Unless she becomes She-Venom in the first film and things take a nasty turn as they did in the comics. Hopefully not, though, as that’s DC-level dark.
© Sony Pictures Michelle Williams, Venom movie trailer
Riz Ahmed could also return as Doctor Carlton Drake. Drake plays an important role in teasing out multiple symbiotes in the comics and even transforms himself into a spider-monster hybrid named Homo Arachnis in Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project. Sounds like the character’s definitely got more than one film in him.
Sony’s Marvel Universe, the shared cinematic universe that includes Silver and Black and Morbius movies, could also provide some extra crossover characters. However, the female-led Silverand Black (featuring Silver Sable and Black Cat) won’t be with us for a while, having got stuck at the script stage. So we still don’t know if Rogue One‘s Felicity Jones, who played Felicia Hardy (AKA Black Cat) briefly in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will still lay claim to that role. It’s looking doubtful, though.
One person we can guarantee as returning is Woody Harrelson. The Solo actor was the man who revealed there would be a second film, even as he realised he wasn’t supposed to say that and couldn’t confirm who he’s playing in the first film!
“I’m in a little fraction of this movie, but I’ll be in the next one, you know?” he said. “I thought it was under wraps that I’m even in the movie.” It was, Woody. It was.
Our money is on Harrelson playing Cletus Kasady, AKA Carnage, the dog-torturing homicidal maniac who also bonds with a symbiote.
© Marvel Comics Marvel Comics character Carnage
Venom 2 director – second bite for Fleischer?
Harrelson was attracted to the first Venom movie for a number of reasons:
“Well, you know, Ruben Fleischer did Zombieland, directed it, so that was a big part of it. And also, Tom Hardy. I really respect him and think he’s one of the great actors. So that, coupled with what is a really wonderful script, I felt like I kind of should, you know? Roll of the dice.”
Given that Fleischer’s presence was a part of Harrelson’s decision to sign on, and since Harrelson’s only in Venom for “a little fraction of this movie”, surely that means Fleischer and Harrelson are planning to work together on the second film?
Venom 2 release date
The first film hits cinemas on 5 October, 2018. We’d expect a second film to land around two years later around the same time, in October 2020.
© Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc Venom trailer
Venom 2 trailer
Nothing to see here, yet. Move along now, before we make you watch the trailer for the first film again where they use a fan-baiting pronunciation of “sym-bye-ote”.
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Il film dedicato a Venom, l’acerrimo nemico di Spider-Man. Nei panni del protagonista Tom Hardy che giГ aveva recitato in un film cinecomic ne Il cavaliere oscuro – Il ritorno.
Impostazioni dei sottotitoli
Tutti hanno qualcosa che li segna, dice in voce over il tormentato Eddie Brock. Nel suo caso si tratta della fine di una relazione, quella con l’ex moglie Anne Weying. Per qualcun altro, forse il Dr. Carlton Drake della Life Foundation, ГЁ invece la morte di un bambino a essere determinante. Di certo un incidente, forse un’astronave precipitata sulla Terra, porterГ a nuovi pericolosi esperimenti scientifici con una creatura aliena, che ha bisogno di allacciarsi a un ospite. Quelle che facciamo sono supposizioni, visto che una sinossi ufficiale non ГЁ stata ancora pubblicata, ma considerato il trailer e i fumetti citati come fonte d’ispirazione dovrebbero essere piuttosto attendibili.
Vogliamo essere il piГ№ possibili fedeli ai fumetti nel nostro film. La nostra storia ГЁ principalmente basata su Lethal Protector e Planet of the Symbiotes. Posso promettere azione tostissima, humour nero e una performance impressionante di Tom Hardy.
Lethal Protector ГЁ stata pubblicata nel 1993 ed ГЁ la prima storia “a solo” di Venom, dove il personaggio creato da David Micheline e Todd McFarlane cessava di essere un villain per divenire una sorta di antieroe. Si trattava di una miniserie autonoma dalle testate di Spider-Man (anche se l’Uomo Ragno aveva comunque un ruolo importante), e raccontava come la Life Foundation, una corporazione che lavora a preservare la vita dai peggiori scenari catastrofici immaginabili, catturava Eddie Brock, giГ posseduto dal simbionte alieno. Da lui estraeva altri simbionti che allacciava ad alcuni propri soldati e che naturalmente Venom finiva per combattere.
In Planet of the Symbiotes invece si esplorava l’origina aliena del simbionte e della sua specie, si tratta probabilmente di una storia citata da Fleischer non tanto per la trama – troppo extraterreste per il tono che sembra avere il film – quanto appunto per le informazioni che rivelava. Il film infatti si rifarГ , secondo uno dei producer, al tono del cinema di John Carpenter e David Cronenberg, ma con in piГ№ un’iniezione di divertimento pop.
In Venom ci sono un elemento dark e un’arguzia che mi sono sempre piaciuti. Il film racconterГ l’origine del personaggio e il suo rapporto da Jekyll e Hyde tra Eddie Brock e il simbionte. Insieme divengono quasi una terza entitГ . Nel fumetto si dice В«Tu sei Eddie. Io sono il simbionte. Insieme siamo VenomВ».
Il personaggio era giГ apparso al cinema in Spider-Man 3 di Sam Raimi quasi contro la volontГ del regista, infatti la sua introduzione, interpretata da Topher Grace, fu giudicata troppo deludente per lanciare il film che si progettava su di lui. Le cose sono andate di nuovo male nel 2014, dopo che Amazing Spider-Man 2 ha obbligato la Sony-Columbia a ripensare alla propria gestione della sua fetta del Marvel Universe. Da lГ¬ si ГЁ arrivati alla collaborazione con Disney per Spider-Man: Homecoming, ma questa condivisione di personaggi non si estende a Venom.
Il film di Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) con Tom Hardy ha infatti un taglio diverso dai film Marvel-Disney e nasce sulla scia del recente successo di titoli con supereroi dai contenuti forti, come Deadpool e Logan. Segna quindi l’inizio di una sorta di costola adulta del mondo dell’Uomo Ragno (dove forse Spider-Man apparirГ in qualche cameo), che avrГ una vita autonoma e, dopo Venom, continuerГ in Silver & Black di Gina Prince-Bythewood.
I supereroi al cinema hanno ormai trasceso le proprie origini e sono essenzialmente film di genere. Non si basano piГ№ su personaggi che hanno il mantello e volano. Possono avere protagonisti in costume con poteri fantastici, ma possono anche essere molto reali.
Sanford Panitch (presidente di Columbia Pictures)
Ci aspetta quindi una interpretazione della storia di Venom come non l’abbiamo mai vista e con un cast capace di rendere personaggi complessi: dalla superstar Tom Hardy a Riz Ahmed (The Night Of) nei panni del Dr. Drake, a Michelle Williams (Tutti i soldi del mondo) nelle vesti della moglie Anne, fino a un ruolo ancora segreto per Woody Harrelson. Una teoria, piuttosto verosimile, vuole che questa segretezza nasconda il nome di Cletus Kasady, il serial killer destinato ad allacciarsi a un altro simbionte e diventare il micidiale Carnage, nemesi per eccellenza di Venom. Ma aggiungere anche lui sarebbe probabilmente troppo per un primo film e quindi non sembra improbabile che il personaggio di Harrelson sia un aggancio per un eventuale sequel, dove Carnage abbia modo di scatenarsi.
Venom (2018 film)
“”Venom”” is a 2018 movie made by Marvel Studios as a spinoff of the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming. It is the first movie of MCU Phase 4. It serves as a prequel to Homecoming revealing Venom’s origins. It adapts an episode from the 1994 Spider-Man animated series.
After Dennis Carradine, the man who murdered Peter Parker’s Uncle Ben, is murdered by a serial killer known as the “Carnage Killer,” Peter Parker also known as the vigilante Spider-Man decides to track down Carradine’s killer, and bring him to Ravencroft, a prison for the criminally insane. Spider-Man, following an attack on Oscorp Tower by Herman Shultz (one of Carradine’s contractor whom Spider-Man encountered before Herman became Shocker). Shulzt shoots Spidey with a sniper in the leg and easily escapes the overpowered Spider-Man. Peter is found by OsCorp who heal him using the Venom Symbiote on him, Getting rid of his leg injury. After discovering Shultz has escaped to Austria and sent a gang of other thugs to kill Spider-Man. With Venom’s power, Spider-Man manages to defeat the gang. After the defeat of the gang, Spider-Man’s personality begins to change in a dark manner unlike any other heroes, especially after defeating Carnage Killer, revealing the killer to be Cletus Kasady. Meanwhile Peter is getting late to arrive to the Daily Bugle, where his boss J. Jonah Jameson prefers pictures of Spider-Man by Eddie Brock. Brock said he just wanted to snap some pictures of Spider-Man for once, and is more interesting in making stories about the Sin-Eater, having the suspicion that Carnage Killer could be the Sin-Eater. Shultz contacts Brock and tells him he is the Sin-Eater. Believing this, Eddie begins to write stories about it, revealing his identity. Peter wears the black suit to confront former Policeman Stan Carter, who tried to “Get rid of the sins of the world”, and got hired by Schultz when he was a thief. After defeating him, he realizes Carter is The Sin-Eater. As Spider-Man, Peter reveals Brock’s story was fake, with Brock ending up getting fired. Brock loses his job, his wife Anne Weying leaves him, and Brock is left lonely. Feeling guilty about this, Peter removes Venom in a church, with the help of the church bell. Meanwhile in Central Park, Brock still has depression. However, the symbiote emerges from the church and goes to the corner where Brock is, and bonds with him, transforming Brock into Venom. As Peter keeps taking pictures for the Bugle, he sees a transformed Eddie who has spider-powers. With Jameson wanting pictures of Spider-Man in black. Peter has Eddie as the “Black suit Spider-Man” with his pictures. Peter, without the Venom suit, has a “Anti-Venom” Symbiote, which was delivered by SHIELD, who said it was safe and won’t take him over for sure. After getting a boat ride from his friend Harry Osborn due to his father Norman being really rich, Peter secretly changes into his Spider-Man suit after the ride, only to get attacked by symbiotic Eddie who unmasks him. After finding out who he really is, Spider-Man and Venom become crime-fighting partners. However, spies fear Venom of the Life Foundation lead by Donna Diego. Diego sends the spies to hunt Eddie. After Brock manages to outnumber all of the spies, the Symbiote, can shapeshift into clothing however, an ability Peter discovered while using the suit. Disappointed that her employees failed to catch Brock, Diego tells the real work begins. Some time later, after Kasady is apprehended by the police and taken to Ravencroft where he meets Harry Osborn’s assistant Donald Menken. Kasady is then experimented on with a symbiotic red liquid code-named Venom. Now calling himself “Carnage”, Kasady goes on a rampage. Parker contacts Tony Stark, the hero Iron Man, to help and Eddie defeat Carnage.