|The Amazing Spider-Man: Venom|
|Directed by:||Alex Kurtzman|
|Produced by:|| Hannah Minghella|
|Screenplay by:||Alex Kurtzman|
|Based on the|
| Stan Lee|
& Steve Ditko
|Starring:|| Finn Wittrock|
|Music by:||Hans Zimmer|
|Distributed by:||Columbia Pictures|
|Release Date:||November 11, 2016|
|Preceeded by:||The Amazing Spider-Man 3|
We open the movie with Tracer sucking off Eddie I cant come uop with anything after that
- Finn Wittrock as Venom/Eddie Brock
- Alan Tudyk as Carnage/Cletus Kasady
- Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man/Peter Parker
- Felicity Jones as The Black Cat/Feilcia Hardy
- Paul Giamatti as Aleksei Sytsevich/Rhino (flash backs)
- Jamie Foxx as Maxwell "Max" Dillon/Electro (flash backs)
In July 2007, Avi Arad revealed a Venom spin-off was in the works. The studio commissioned Jacob Aaron Estes to write a script, but rejected it the following year. In September 2008, Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese signed on to write. Stan Lee signed on to make a cameo in the film. Rhett Reese later revealed that they had written two drafts for the film and that the studio was pushing the film forward. In 2009, Gary Ross, who was then rewriting the latest draft of the unproduced Spider-Man 4, was assigned to rewrite the Venom script and direct the movie, in which Venom would be an anti-hero rather than a supervillain. In March 2012, Chronicle director Josh Trank negotiated with Sony about his interest in directing the film after Ross left development to direct The Hunger Games.
In June 2012, The Amazing Spider-Man producer Matt Tolmach, speaking of his and fellow producer Avi Arad's next project, a Venom movie, suggested it could follow the shared-universe model of the film The Avengers: "What I'm trying to say to you without giving anything away is hopefully all these worlds will live together in peace someday." Chris Zylka, who plays Flash Thompson in The Amazing Spider-Man, has expressed interest in Flash becoming Venom in the spin-off, similarly to how the character became Venom in Marvel Comics' Secret Avengers comic book series.
In late 2013, a new Venom film was announced as part of a plan to create a shared Spider-Man film universe. According to Cinematallica, actor Finn Wittrock is the current frontrunner for Eddie Brock/Venom and reports are saying that Alan Tudyk is up for Cletus Kasady/Carnage. also Venom: Carnage will be rated R.