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Discussion in 'Sony Spider-Man Spin-Offs' started by terry78, Aug 5, 2019.
Andy Serkis will direct Venom 2
Sweet! Haven't seen the first Venom yet, but this has me greatly intrigued.
Find it ironic how Gollum is directing a movie about a force/character that changes the persons personality when it gets into contact with it and changes them into something monstrous
Nice! Klaw and Venom working together. Can’t wait to see what they come up with
Consider me highly skeptical. Mowgli was complete garbage but had amazing visuals. I hope Serkis leaves most of the writing and pacing to someone else and just focuses on motion capturing.
Same as posted above, but with an added quote of Serkis talking about working with Hardy.
Andy Serkis Says Venom 2 Will Be 'An Extraordinary Piece of Cinema' - IGN
Damn, Andy, Tom and Kelly have me giddy thinking about the possibilities. They want to bring it!
Hardy is helping with the script. Which, given how his improvisations helped create the best parts of the movie, a bit hopeful. And really, the key to making a fun Venom 2 is just turning Hardy loose.
The quote by Serkis tells me he's got grandeur ambitions then just making a fun Venom movie.
You know what’s something I’ve always wanted to see? The planet of the symbiotes. They probably don’t have the budget for it this time
I'm now looking forward to this movie 20 times more. Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, in my opinion, was excellent; and I like that Hardy has more involvement in the writing.
All that, and the fact that a ton of stuff won't be cut out for a MPAA rating downgrade.
'Venom 2' Director Andy Serkis Has "Very Clear Ideas" About Where to Take the Sequel [TCA 2019]
I will NOT miss this one in the cinemas like I did with the first one. Serkis bringing Hardy into the writing room has me a little more pumped about this.
Hardy and Marcel claim they ghost wrote Bronson, which is disputed by Nicolas Winding Refn. But IMO Bronson barely seemed to have a script anyway, so I'm not sure how much that would prove one way or another about Hardy's writing abilities.
He also co-wrote his show Taboo, but again......not sure how much that says.
Sounds like the perfect fit for Venom then. Visually cool, but garbage character material.
I fully expect this to surpass the original in terms of quality. Carnage is one of the key elements in Venom's evolution from mere Spidey villain to stand-alone character. Carnage shakes both sides of the Venom from their myopic focus to current responsibility. Serkis is the kind of guy to find that next level for story like this.
Yeah plus everyone thought it would flop. Now at least there will be a bit more trust there
As someone who enjoyed Venom and is excited for the sequel, having Serkis on board is a real treat.
Welcome back. Thought you cared about comic book fidelity down to the very letter, so how could a Venom movie that completely changed the origin sit well with you?
Venom 2 Cinematographer Confirms Woody Harrelson's Return in Sequel - ComingSoon.net
Lack of Spider-Man aside (which was a good thing if it had to be Holland's), it was relatively faithful to the Lethal Protector comics of the 90s. Even the dynamic between Eddie and Venom.
Far better than Raimi's Venom, even if that take had the benefit of having the traditional origin.