Venom: The Last Dance – the Symphony of Symbiosis hits its final crescendo? (trailer)

Hold on to your seats, Marvel fans, because Venom: The Last Dance is poised to sweep you off your feet, twirl you around, and drop you in a dizzying finale that will leave your popcorn flying and your jaws unhinged. Yes, Tom Hardy is back as Eddie Brock and his slimy, sharp-toothed alter ego, Venom, in what promises to be the most dramatic tango of the trilogy.

In this epic swan song, Eddie and Venom find themselves in a desperate, high-stakes chase, hunted by enemies from both their worlds. Picture a buddy-cop movie, but with more teeth, tentacles, and a lot fewer doughnuts. With the net closing in, our symbiotic duo must make a gut-wrenching choice that will have fans clutching their metaphorical pearls.

Kelly Marcel, who previously spun the web of Venom’s adventures, steps up to the director’s chair for the first time. Expect a roller-coaster ride of emotions, heart-stopping action, and enough dark humour to make your head spin. Hardy, co-writing this wild ride, ensures that every twist and turn is packed with the kind of grit and intensity that only a man bonded with an alien goo monster can deliver.  Joining Hardy in this carnival of chaos are Chiwetel Ejiofor, as a determined military man with a piece of the Venom pie, and Juno Temple, a scientist whose curiosity might just be the death of her. And let’s not forget the beloved Peggy Lu, back as Mrs. Chen, because what’s a Venom movie without some good old convenience store banter?

Filming took our intrepid team from the sunny landscapes of Spain to a tumultuous production pause courtesy of the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. But fear not, the cameras rolled back into action, wrapping up just in time for a scheduled October 25th, 2024, release. Mark your calendars, because this is one dance you won’t want to miss.


Colonel Frog is a long time science fiction and fantasy fan. He loves reading novels in the field, and he also enjoys watching movies (as well as reading lots of other genre books).

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