Venom Is Getting His Own Movie!!!

There has been so much excitement building up for super hero fans for Spider-Man to have his first Marvel Studios debut to cinemas with his own film! Spider-Man Homecoming hits the big screens on July 7th 2017. With all this joy that Spider-Man is finally getting his own movie in Marvel’s MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), we just got hit with some other huge news for the Spider-Man world! Spiderman’s most popular rival Venom will also be getting his own movie, and it will be stamped with an R rating! The movie is set to release October 5th 2018.

After all the success of Deadpool and Logan being slated with an R rating, it looks like Sony will be taking a shot. There are a lot of questions out there on how Venom will work as a rated R film with such a young version of Spider-Man… Sadly there has not been​ a lot of insight other then the fact this may stray from Spider-Man, and just focus on Venom as a character. The other question we are wondering, how will Venom obtain the symbiote suit without contact of Peter Parker? If you don’t know, Venom becomes Venom because Spider-Man gets rid of his symbiote suit (Black Suit Spider-Man), and it finds a new host of Eddie Brock and he begins to terrorize the ciry. 

There are many questions to be answered from Sony… How will this connect to Spider-Man? How will Venom get the suit or will he already have it? Which version of Venom will we see? Will we also get to see Carnage on the big screens because of the R rating?What do you think about all the unanswered questions about the venom movie? Go let us know @TheNerdChambers or leave your thoughts down in the comments below! 

-ShadowGhoul (Brandon)

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