Michelle Williams is set to star in Sony's 'Venom' opposite Tom Hardy

Wendy Jensen
September 29, 2017

Variety has the scoop that Williams is now negotiating to join the flick, which stars Tom Hardy as the titular villain from the "Spider-Man" universe.

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Michelle Williams is reportedly in talks to join Tom Hardy in Spider-Man movie spin-off Venom.

Rumor has it that if Williams is cast, she'll be stepping into the role of a district attorney who could potentially end up being Hardy's love interest. But the details of the character of the four-time Oscar nominee in the movie have not been revealed yet.

The team are aiming for "Venom" to hit cinemas October 2018.

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As per Variety, Sony is closing a deal that will see Michelle Williams join Hardy, as well as Rogue One star Riz Ahmed in Venom.

For latest movie reviews, ratings and trailers, download the Desimartini App. The Academy Award-nominated actress is coming off one of the best-reviewed performances of her career, in "Manchester by the Sea", which earned her an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress.

Marvel's Kevin Feige has previously stated for the record that Spider-Man will not appear in this "Venom", and that the film will stand on its own.

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Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner will write the script for the film, which is set to begin production next month.

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