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Small But Interesting Details From Venom That We Definitely Missed

May 11, 2021 4.3k votes 582 voters 119.2k views18 items

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Superhero franchises have become a mainstream film genre over the past twenty years. Stand-alone comic book adpatations in particular are a fan favorite, espeically when it comes to villains turned good guys. The character Venom has come a long way within media, from a villianous arc in Spider Man 3 to leading a solo series as a protaganist in Venom. While fans are anxiously awaiting Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage, they still have a lot to say about all the interesting details that are still discovered.

Check out these interesting Venom details spotted by fans, and don't forget to vote!

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    Venom Wants Chocolate Because It Has The Right Amount Of Phenethylamine

    From Redditor u/jkim7th:

    In Venom, the symbiote tells Eddie that he wants to eat chocolate before biting (and likely eating) the head off of the mugger. This is a nod to the comics: the symbiote requires a sufficient amount of phenethylamine to sustain itself, which is found in either chocolate or the human brain.

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    'Venom' Was Stan Lee's Last Living Cameo

    From IMDB:

    Venom was the last film featuring a Stan Lee cameo to be released during his lifetime, before his passing on November 12, 2018. He filmed two more cameos that were released after his passing: Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame.

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    Venom's Line About Body Parts Comes From The Comics

    From IMDB:

    In Venom, Venom's line "Eyes! Lungs! Pancreas! So many snacks, so little time!" comes from "Amazing Spider-Man" #374.

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    Tom Hardy Improvised The Lobster Tank Scene

    From Redditor u/Numerous-Lemon:

    In Venom, Tom Hardy improvised the funny moment where Eddie Brock climbs into the lobster tank. It originally wasn’t in the script, but when he saw the tank on set, he told the director that he wanted to include it in the scene.

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