New Venom trailer is on its way after the surprise symbiote reveal at SDCC
As part of the promotions, a Twitter profile by the name of Eddie's Clubhouse has shared some update about the forthcoming trailer, which might release next week.
The superhero movie universe might have hit the snooze button after the last Marvel blockbuster, but it won't be long before a certain Eddie Brock takes over the big screen, ruffling few feathers with his anti-heroic antics. With less than three months left until Sony's next big release, 'Venom', the studio is pumping up its hype machine, using social media to keep the buzz alive.
As part of the viral marketing, though, a verified Twitter profile by the name of "Eddie's Clubhouse" has been meting out information - the latest on the block being news about the forthcoming trailer release. According to the latest post from the account, which has journalist Eddie Brock answering fan queries, a new trailer for 'Venom' is on its way and it might arrive as soon as next week.
"Until next week... #Venom #EddiesClubhouse," read the tweet, that has unsurprisingly shot up fan anticipation by leaps and bounds. It's a little ironical, however, how the trailer drop news surfaced right after the much-talked-about SDCC wrapped up its weekend-long events. Perhaps, a reason behind the delay could be to avoid the overdose of trailer releases over the SDCC weekend.
Regardless, Sony debuted a new footage at the SDCC Internationale teasing Riz Ahmed’s character, Riot, a symbiote character that spawned from the alien. In addition, spoilers for the villain Carnage ( Woody Harrelson) have also been hinted upon. The Ruben Fleischer-directed movie, has so far, been pitted more as a horror flick than a superhero one. “We talked a lot about a werewolf and what it is when you get infected or bit by a werewolf. Usually, a human gets imbued with powers or an alien comes from outer space and has to figure out how to live on our Earth," Fleischer teased in a previous interview.
He continued, "But this is really about a relationship between two people who have to work together to create this hybrid symbiotic relationship.”
On the other hand, 'Venom' lead star Tom Hardy went all candid talking about his superpower, which is not much of a blessing. “There’s something funny about the circumstances of having a gift but it’s a tragic gift. It’s a superpower you don’t really want, but at the same time, you love it. It makes you feel special. He’s a reluctant hero and an anti-hero," Hardy quipped. 'Venom', a movie spun off the Spider-Man universe, is all set to arrive in the theaters on October 5. Until then keep an eye on "Eddie's Clubhouse" and this space for timely updates.