Venom Deleted Scene Takes a Bite Out of Car Alarms

Like most of us, Venom is no fan of car alarms. In a recently released deleted scene from the film, Tom Hardy's Venom faces off against a parked car.

A frustrated Venom rages against an alarm that just won’t shut off in the brief clip. Seeing how sound has an adverse effect on the symbiote, the scene leans into director Ruben Fleischer's slapstick humor in the film. To top it off, a random kid watches all the action unfold, cementing that Hardy's anti-hero is no role model to follow.

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What's more, Tom Hardy has previously stated that several of his favorite scenes were cut from the final movie, so this could be one of them. The home release boasts over an hour of bonus features, including multiple other deleted scenes from the film.

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Following a successful international box office haul, particularly in China, Venom has a sequel in the works. The followup film will presumably expand on the film's post-credits scene, which introduced the man who'll go on to become Carnage: Woody Harrelson's Cletus Kassady.

Directed by Ruben Fleischer, Venom Stars Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, Reid Scott, Jenny Slate, Woody Harrelson, Sope Aluko, Scott Deckert, Marcella Bragio, and Michelle Lee. The film will arrive on digital HD today, with a Blu-ray release on December 18.

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