Tom Hardy has teased fans by posting an Instagram photo from the collection of Venom two, stating in the caption that filming has wrapped… only for the article to mysteriously disappear just seconds afterward.
Shows Hardy standing of – we could assume – the movie’s crew.
Together with a series of emojis – like the UK and US flags, a heart and a pirate flag – that he composed: “V2 wrap.”
Now the image was deleted, and it is a move.
Hardy – who starred at the very first Venom movie as journalist Eddie Brock, who gains superpowers after getting bound into an alien symbiote – has shared photographs from these many times, just to delete them.
Last November, two additional on-set photographs appeared on his own Instagram account that never became permanent additions to the grid.
One having a dog was captioned’first day at work good luck mate’ and W3′ R’ sat in a chair with a woman behind the caption along with him one’.
However, as quickly as they popped up, they had been quite deleted.
Though the snaps were quickly eliminated, a bunch of eagle-eyed lovers had already screenshotted the pictures and shared them in turn building that the hype to the movie quite nicely, social media.
Even though Hardy’s keeping us (sort of) in the dark about matters, what we do know is that he’s confirmed to return for round two – this time together with Woody Harrelson, who is set to star as a different symbiote called Carnage.
We also know the film is probably heading to get an R-rating, as opposed to the PG-13 of this very first film.
Venom producer Matt Tolmach revealed that Venom 2 will be contemplating an R score, with Joker’s current box office success as an example of viewers responding well to such films.
In a meeting with CinemaBlend, Tolmach explained: “I mean, I think you constantly have to think about [it], now that works. Our picture worked well.
“Our franchise exists because it is and that I don’t think anyone is trying to only say, ‘Hey, they [did it]!’ We’ve got a location on the planet. Like everyone’s considering what to do with the evaluation so it isn’t.
He added: “I believe what Joker does is it lets you know that you can triumph. That has been the narrative. And Deadpool sort of wrestled that to the turf, then Logan, but for quite a while, that was considered completely prohibited.
“So you know, I think that it’s the best thing in the world that R-rated films are being embraced by enormous audiences. And it just means there are more opportunities for that sort of storytelling.”
Regardless of evaluation it gets, you have a small wait nonetheless, as the movie is due to be released on 2.