Later this year, Sony Pictures will release the third movie in the “Venom” franchise in cinemas around the world. Sony has officially revealed that the movie will be called “Venom: The Last Dance.”

Sony has also pulled forward the release of the film by a couple of weeks, where it will now be hitting cinemas on October 25th 2024, rather than the previously announced November 8th 2024.

The third film will also be released in IMAX and on other premium large-format screens.

“Venom: The Last Dance” will see Tom Hardy return as Eddie Brock, the journalist linked to an alien symbiont called Venom. The film will also star Juno Temple, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Clark Backo.

The upcoming film will be directed by Kelly Marcel, who is making her directorial debut with this film, but she has previously written and produced the last two “Venom” films. Kelly will also write and produce the third film with Tom Hardy. Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Amy Pascal, Hutch Parker, Marcel, and Hardy are producing.

Filming on “Venom: The Last Dance” was interrupted by the Hollywood strikes of last year, but was able to restart and complete filming once the strikes were over.

Tom Hardy has teased the name of the film in a number of social media posts, using the words, Last Dance.

The previous two films have made over $1.3 billion at the box office and are the biggest hits of the expanded “Spider-Man” universe of films that Sony has made that ironically don’t feature “Spider-Man”.

No details have yet been revealed about what the third movie will be about, but hopefully, it won’t be too much longer until we get a glimpse of a trailer for the movie. Could the name Last Dance be in reference to this being the last of the Venom films? Hopefully not, as it would be great to see Spider-Man and Venom actually together on the screen.

Due to a long-standing contract made before Disney purchased Marvel, Sony has the right to make films using characters from the Spider-Man comic books, which is why not all of the “Spider-Man” films are available on Disney+.  The first “Venom” film is available on Disney+ in some countries via a licensing deal, but don’t expect to see “Venom 3” on Disney+ internationally for possibly years.

However, Disney does have a multiyear Pay Two deal with Sony for the United States for all of its theatrically released movies from 2022 through to 2026, which will include “Venom 3: The Last Dance”, but it will be a couple of years until it lands on Disney+ in the US, once it’s completed its theatrical run and its Pay One window of eighteen months on Netflix.

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