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Juno Temple On Working With Tom Hardy In ‘Venom 3’

She shares that working on this film is a great learning experience, different from her past roles.

In a recent interview with Variety, Juno Temple shared insights into her experience working alongside Tom Hardy for the forthcoming sequel of the Venom series, admitting she learns a lot in the process.

Speaking about ‘Venom 3,’ Temple expressed excitement about the filming process. She then revealed the unique aspects of the film, which made her learn new things about filming:

“I’m learning a lot. It’s fun and interesting because there are so many things that you film that when the movie finally comes out, it will look different from what they were when we were filming them. I’m excited to see the creations that happen off-camera, too.”

Temple’s role in the film remains undisclosed, but she is described as a lead character.

When Will ‘Venom 3’ Be Released?

Reprising his role as Eddie Brock and Venom, Tom Hardy is not only a co-star but also a co-writer and producer of the film. Scheduled for a November 8, 2024 release, ‘Venom 3‘ is set to be the sixth installment in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. The film is also the directorial debut of Kelly Marcel, who has co-written the story with Hardy.

Apart from her role in ‘Venom 3,’ Temple has been busy with other projects such as ‘Everest‘ and ‘Crooks.‘ On the other hand, Hardy has several projects in the pipeline, including ‘Havoc,’ ‘War Party,’ and an untitled Mad Max project.



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