In an animated trailer promoting the home video release of Venom, the titular antihero channels his inner Love, Actually.
Venom director Ruben Fleischer dismisses the idea of releasing an unrated, alternate cut of the film in the wake of the theatrical version's success.
According to Todd McFarlane, Venom got negative reviews because older film critics simply could not appreciate the film due to their age.
Sony's Venom bounces between horror and slapstick comedy, but producer Amy Pascal knows precisely when everything congealed.
Venom co-creator Todd McFarlane revealed one key aspect he felt Sony's 2018 film got right about the character that 2007's Spider-Man 3 did not.
Following the film's runaway success in the country, the Chinese government has granted Venom a rare extended theatrical release.
This trailer for the home release of Sony Pictures' Venom will get you ready to fuse wholly and bodily with a loved one for the holidays.
Carnage is one of the most vicious villains in the entire Marvel Universe; learn a thing or two about the baddie that has Venom afraid.
As Venom continues its worldwide box office dominance, here's how it compares to the Spider-Man films throughout the years.
As Venom continues to earn millions at the box office daily, it has overtaken Wonder Woman lifetime total.
Sony's superhero film beat poor reviews and a troubled production history to become this year's surprise hit - and it may be just the start.
Venom star Tom Hardy was made Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Prince Charles.
Sony Pictures passes a major milestone for the year thanks to the continued success of Venom, which just broke $700 million worldwide.
Ruben Fleischer's Venom has passed Justice League's worldwide box office total, and is on track to earn $700 million.
Venom finally opened in China and managed to pull in $111 million over its opening weekend, pushing the film past $673 million worldwide.
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