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Venom – New TV Spot Shows The Symbiote Grabbing Some Grub

As we are just a few weeks away from seeing Tom Hardy take on the role on Eddie Brock, a new TV spot for the film comes our way. You can check out the video above, but fair warning, I’m pretty sure Venom eats a person, perhaps even more than one.

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Recently many fans were disappointed by the fact the film is set to be rated PG-13, when many were hoping for an R-rating. Venom is brutal enough that it would probably make for a better overall film if rated R, but as well all know potential for profits is increased with a PG-13 rating as more moviegoers are allowed to see the film,

Admittedly, I don’t know much about Venom outside of the big screen. This may actually be a good thing as I can watch the movie without an preconceived notions of Venom’s origin, which seems to be an issue with many hardcore fans. What I do know a bit about is Tom Hardy. I will watch the guy in most anything, and while I always thought he was destined for a role within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hardy chooses his roles carefully, so I am excited to see him take on this character.

Venom slithers into theaters on October 5.

How are you feeling about Venom after this new TV spot? Let us know in the comments down below!

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