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Actor Tom Hardy, who plays the alien symbiote Venom in the film, recently sparked a controversy with his comments that his favorite scenes haven't been included in the film.

Remarks emerged yesterday in which Hardy suggested that his favourite scenes from the movie were left on the cutting room floor. There are, like, 30 to 40 minutes' worth of scenes that aren't in this movie... all of them.

"We went into this hoping to build it, and I went into it hoping to do something for the next several years and I can invest myself in", Hardy, who has starred in action films like The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, and Mad Max, noted. What I'm saying is I had a lot of time improvising and a lot of freedom to play with Venom.

Though not a criticism of the film itself, Venom suffers from the now all too familiar "spoiled in the trailer syndrome".

After the interviewer mentioned the fact the movie wasn't getting the best reviews at the time, Henry started to answer the question as Ben stared off into the distance looking rather melancholy. Apart from Riz and Tom, the film also stars Michelle Williams, Scott Haze and Reid Scott.

"There's an element of original Ghostbusters, a slightly '80s retro vibe to it, which I enjoyed, and a bit of Teen Wolf and American Werewolf in London touch to it", Hardy said.

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"I'm talking [from] an actor's point of view", he told IGN. As an executive producer I knew anyway what the story was about and that's not what it was. "I always said I wanted us to push it as far as we could". And the film is awesome, and I'm excited and I just want to shoot a sequel.

I never quite got a read on Venom himself, though.

Later this week, Sony's adaptation of Venom will swing into theaters with Tom Hardy in the title role.

Fleischer insists that there is only one big difference between what an R-rated version of "Venom" would have looked like and the released version.

"I don't think you sacrifice anything by not having it". Part of me wonders if that's going to be how general audiences react, or if they'll buy into what Tom Hardy and Venom are selling.

Venom will be released in our cinemas on the 10th of October next , and after these first opinions of americans, it may well be that our criticism does happen very soon.


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