Well, it’s late but great as the honest trailer of Venom movie is out and it’s incredible and we have to say that it seems like everything which Venom touches turns out to be incredibly amazing and funny and same is the case with its recently released honest trailer.
So, recently ‘Up to bat: Honest Trailers’ released the honest trailer of Venom in which they talk about everything you want to hear in favour of or against Venom from fall of Tumblr, to Symbrock shippers, to the ultimate Spider-Man 3. Also, the video talks about the many important suggestions and concerns around the future and also the bringing of a Venom movie. The video is down below and you can have a look at it:
I don’t think there will be anyone out there alive who hasn’t seen the movie yet as the people who haven’t seen it yet are in God’s arms after their head eaten up by the Venom. The movie was predicted by many as a flop and also the first reviews of the movie from the side of critics and many biased people on the internet were saying the movie is even bigger than the disaster of Tsunami in Indonesia.
Yes, they called the movie this much of a disaster and were complaining about the idea of not having Spider-Man in the movie as if they haven’t seen a movie in their life in which Spider-Man wasn’t there. Well, what about having Spider-Man in the movie ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’? Well, this is what happens to your mind and jokes when you talk about poop things done by sh** people.
But, the movie Venom simply shocked the entire world of critics and unbiased people in a second as the movie went on to become one of the highest grossing movies of 2018, one of the most successful movies of 2018, and above all, it was a blockbuster without the involvement of Spider-Man.
Sony is swimming in the pile of money that has been enabled largely by China. Venom had a budget of just $100 Million which is why it turned out to be one of the most profitable Superhero films of all time with $852.8 Million at the worldwide Box Office. It hasn’t just beaten single films, but also major franchises in Hollywood. Sure some franchises are extremely huge due to the number of films they have put out, but Venom has managed to take down the majority of movies in all major Hollywood franchises.
The movie has beaten these MCU films and we are sure that fans of Marvel feel a very big pain in their chest while reading this for sure. Box Office: The Incredible Hulk ($263.4 Million), Captain America: The First Avenger ($370.5 Million), Thor ($449.3 Million), Ant-Man ($519.3 Million), Iron Man ($585.1 Million), Ant-Man and the Wasp ($622 Million), Iron Man 2 ($623.9 Million), Thor: The Dark World ($644.5 Million), Doctor Strange ($677.7 Million), Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($714.2 Million), Guardians of the Galaxy ($773.3 Million).
The talks of a sequel are on its way as the movie has done great business and also the fans have liked the Venom a lot and is one of the reasons why the movie is going to have a sequel but there are talks whether we will see Spider-Man in the sequel or not? But nothing has been said regarding this by the director of the movie Ruben Fleischer but he expressed his views about the tone of the movie in an interview. He said:
“We’ve definitely laid some groundwork for different directions that the franchise could go but obviously it all hinges on people’s excitement about this film,” Fleischer explained his thoughts to ComicBook.com’s Brandon Davis while Comic-Con. “I hope people will stay and see what seeds have been planted. “I was really excited about just bringing something new to the genre,” Fleischer added that. “I feel like the tone of our movie is really original and distinctive, which is totally appropriate for the character, as Venom is a darker, more violent, more menacing character. I think our movie feels distinctive from a lot of the other superhero movies, in part because there’s no real hero in it.”
So, what do you think about the honest trailer of the movie ‘Venom’? Tell us in the comments section down below.
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