After the teaser trailer for Venom dropped in early February alongside the movie poster, Sony has just released the first full-length trailer for Rubin Fleischer’s take on the controversial character.

In the trailer, which followed hot on the heels of the leaked clip below, fans are treated to their first official look at Tom Hardy as the alien Symbiote named Venom.

The new trailer was released as part of CinemaCon last night and follows reporter Eddie Brock (Hardy) as he investigates the ominous Life Foundation before he struggles with the Symbiote that eventually, as the trailer shows, turns him into the villainous Venom.

Some gripping action scenes and high-octane stunts leave the audience wanting to see more, however, with an October 5 release date, fans have some time to wait before they can watch Tom Hardy’s Venom in all its glory on the big screen.

Venom stars Tom Hardy alongside Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, and Reid Scott.

Watch the trailer above and leave your thoughts in the comments.

In other news, Netflix is making an animated ‘Fast and Furious’ TV series. Read more here.

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