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Edward Charles Allan Brock Jr. is a photographer.

Biography[]

Eddie Brock is a reporter for The Daily Bugle. On December 12, 2013, an article of Brock's was published, "Spider-Man Vs. The Mob!". For the article, he interviewed witness Andrea Moore, who believed that Spider-Man committed no crime in his vigilante act[1]. He later wrote an article detailing Cletus Kasady's arrest.[2]

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  • His design and appearance in the mobile version of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 mobilegame is inspired by his incarnation from Spider-Man 3 from the previous film series by Sam Raimi, namely the more slender build and incorporating webbing into the skin.
  • Before Sony and Marvel Studios' share deal, a Venom film that had been announced in 2017.
  • Was slated to be reworked into the Amazing Spider-Man canon as a spin-off movie, with Finn Wittrock in talks to play Eddie Brock. Details of development and plans ranged from Brock and the symbiote debuting in either The Sinister Six or The Amazing Spider-Man 3, the solo film having Carnage as the antagonist, which had been planned since the film's announcement, with Alan Tudyk in talks to play him, or the entire film being merged into either the Sinister Six movie or the the third film. The film's working titles varied between Venom: Carnage to The Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Venom, to having Carnage get his own movie, in which it was said to be set from his perspective as a villainous protagonist while Spider-Man, Venom and Black Cat teamed up against him. Eventually, after Sony settled on the deal with Marvel Studios on including Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and this film series was cancelled, Sony finally did move forward on developing and releasing Venom in October 2018, with Tom Hardy in the title role. There were conflicting reports as to whether or not it was involved with the MCU. Finally, with the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, it was revealed that it is a separated universe from the MCU.
  • In The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (video game), J. Jonah Jameson sends Peter Parker a message stating that his sources mentioned Ravencroft Institute testing drugs on inmates and nicknaming it "Project Venom". Near the end of the game, Spider-Man faces off with Carnage after the symbiote was bonded with Cletus Kasady.
  • Chris Zylka (who plays Flash Thompson) had expressed interest in having Flash become the Agent Venom version for the Venom movie. Finn Wittrock was also considered for the role of Eddie Brock. Films featuring both versions were put under consideration before the series' cancellation.
  • Unlike in other media, Venom triggers Spider-Man's spider sense, detecting him as a threat. The reasoning is because Spider-Man has never worn the symbiote before in this storyline.
  • Benjamin Diskin also voiced Venom in The Spectacular Spider-Man.

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