Sony's 'Venom' Movie Set To Start Production In Fall 2017

There is little to no details about the Venom movie that is set to be released next October. Despite no trailer or any type of news, the movie is set to start production in Fall 2017. Hopefully Sony announces more details about the film later this year.

As reported by Omega Underground, MyEntertainmentWorld has posted an early production schedule for the Venom movie being produced by Sony. Not much information was provided to us other than the movie will start shooting in Fall 2017. The genre of the movie says "Action/Horror/Sci-Fi".

Outside of an October 5th, 2018 release date, nothing else has been reported about the movie. No cast members have been announced, and we're still not sure when or where this movie is taking place. There have been talks that this movie is not connected with the Marvel Cinematic Universe so we may not see a cameo from Tom Holland's Spider-Man.

If it's not related to the MCU, it's possible Sony wants to create another universe. The movie was going to take place in The Amazing Spider-Man universe a few years ago. Sony had big plans for The Amazing Spider-Man universe prior to 2014. After the release of the sequel though, all plans were dropped which is why Spider-Man is now a part of Disney's Marvel universe.

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It's more likely the movie will take place in its own universe which is weird. It should tie in with the MCU so we can see a potential Spider-Man sequel with Venom as the main villain. Venom is Spider-Man's most popular villain and has yet to make a good impression on the big screen. Venom's appearance in Spider-Man 3 was wasted as he was not the main villain and Topher Grace was horribly miscast in the role.

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