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    Looks like it's going to be fun.

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    Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Marvel when Feige saw this. This is the guy that wouldn't even let Blade be rated R and is forced to watch Sony do this with Marvel's second most valuable Spidey property.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony W View Post
    Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Marvel when Feige saw this. This is the guy that wouldn't even let Blade be rated R and is forced to watch Sony do this with Marvel's second most valuable Spidey property.
    Well the first Venom was PG-13. This was a green band trailer.

    We don't know if the version released will be rated R. We are assuming/hoping it will be so. But until it's happened, Sony doesn't get to sit back on a wicker-chair and rest on the arms and smirk to Feige, "Your move, Disney".

    Like I said if you want to do a R-Rated take on Carnage, the movie's gotta look like EVENT HORIZON at the low end. That was a pretty frightening and disturbing horror film with horrible violence and gore.

    Carnage owing to its connection to Spider-Man even in comics hardly ever gets to go full ultra-violent. Artists over the years have done scary stuff with the Symbiotes even in the pages of ASM that's true but there's always a limit, and even outside of Spider-Man being all-ages, Marvel Comics even in its most MAX entries never gets as violent as Garth Ennis' CROSSED or Avatar Press.

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    This looks awesome, as long as the action is brutal and intense (and the symbiote fight is not limited to the very end like in the first film). I definitely hope that it is rated R and does Carnage justice.

    Oh, and there appears to be a Spider-Man cameo at 1:28.
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    this looks terrible, perfect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony W View Post
    Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Marvel when Feige saw this. This is the guy that wouldn't even let Blade be rated R and is forced to watch Sony do this with Marvel's second most valuable Spidey property.
    You think he cares about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolutionary_Jack View Post
    Well the first Venom was PG-13. This was a green band trailer.

    We don't know if the version released will be rated R. We are assuming/hoping it will be so. But until it's happened, Sony doesn't get to sit back on a wicker-chair and rest on the arms and smirk to Feige, "Your move, Disney".

    Like I said if you want to do a R-Rated take on Carnage, the movie's gotta look like EVENT HORIZON at the low end. That was a pretty frightening and disturbing horror film with horrible violence and gore.

    Carnage owing to its connection to Spider-Man even in comics hardly ever gets to go full ultra-violent. Artists over the years have done scary stuff with the Symbiotes even in the pages of ASM that's true but there's always a limit, and even outside of Spider-Man being all-ages, Marvel Comics even in its most MAX entries never gets as violent as Garth Ennis' CROSSED or Avatar Press.
    The amount of comedy in trailer and the tone of Venom talking I highly doubt the movie is Rated R and if even it was rated R it doubt they are going ultra violent. Venom 1 did good because the widest possible audience could see it, I think Sony is trying to do the same thing again.

    It is does not makes sense not to launch with red band trailer, Being R would be the biggest selling point and the whole campaign would be center around it. Why in world would it launch with trailer with a 10 second food gag joke for a brutal violent movie. Why try to attract all ages for a movie they can't watch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony W View Post
    Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Marvel when Feige saw this. This is the guy that wouldn't even let Blade be rated R and is forced to watch Sony do this with Marvel's second most valuable Spidey property.
    I thought they announced MCU Deadpool 3 would be rated R

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    Quote Originally Posted by flint marko View Post
    I thought they announced MCU Deadpool 3 would be rated R
    It is Deadpool is going to be R, It is only movie they have interest in being R tho. Other than maybe Punisher we are probably not going see R movie from the MCU after Deadpool.

    I don't Sony is that interested in their Spiderman adjacent franchise being R either

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    I believe Avi Arad said it explicitly that the Venoms aren't going to be rated-R.

    Honestly, this trailer doesn't scream rated-R at all.
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    My only issue is that Spider-man 3 still has the most interesting costume design for Venom and frankly while not appearing in the film has Carnage beat as well. Like not even a bit of black across the mouth?

    Otherwise I'm expecting it to be as good as the last one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Killerbee911 View Post
    It is Deadpool is going to be R, It is only movie they have interest in being R tho.
    Exactly, and that's only because Reynolds has been very clear he wouldn't do a lower rated Deadpool.
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