Venom: Tom Hardy Says Over 30 Minutes Was Cut From the Movie

Deanna Kelley
October 3, 2018

Actor Tom Hardy, who plays the alien symbiote Venom in the film, recently sparked a controversy with his comments that his favorite scenes haven't been included in the film.

"There are, like, 30 to 40 minutes' worth of scenes that aren't in this movie", Hardy said when asked what his favourite scenes to film were. I know the whole team has poured a lot of love into it, and I've really enjoyed it.

While the full reviews are still under embargo (itself not a great sign), the reactions on Twitter do give us our first impressions of just what the movie is going to be like, and they're. rather mixed. Apart from Riz and Tom, the film also stars Michelle Williams, Scott Haze and Reid Scott.

He wants to know whether Tom Hardy can actually play comedy "intentionally", and says that the film's final showdown was so anti-climactic he couldn't believe that was actually it.

The first reactions to this week's release of Venom have arrived, and they certainly pack a punch. An atypical film in that time, the super-hero film revolves around an invisible hero and an insane general hunting the formula that makes one invisible. Since that sounds an terrible lot like a red flag, IGN took to asking Hardy about the quote at the premiere for Venom last night.

"I don't think you sacrifice anything by not having it". Venom introduces Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock after he's been run out of NY following some sort of journalism controversy and is now living in San Francisco with his own cable news series called "The Eddie Brock Report".

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Numerous reviews describe the movie as outdated and that the film belongs in the year 2004.

With its head-munching and several gross-out scenes of Hardy trying to sate Venom's bottomless hunger, the movie is in a hurry to prove its edginess.

"This radically different approach will surely be jarring to some, but the fact that this movie could never exist in the same world as "Captain America: Civil War" despite hailing from the same brand of comics is part of its charm".

"I read this thinking: thank God", says McGurk.

"I'm not sure whether the strangeness of Tom Hardy sabotaged or saved Venom, but it has something of a cartoon to its last half". And I'm excited and I just want to shoot a sequel.

Venom is in cinemas Thursday.

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