Tom Hardy reveals Venom 3 has resumed filming following the actors strike
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Tom Hardy has confirmed production has resumed on the third Venom film.
Hot off the back of the actors strike ending, the project hasn't wasted any time in getting everyone back into gear.
The British star posted a photo of himself and Venom 3 director Kelly Marcel standing on what looked like a film set.
He wrote 'V3NM3' in the comments and tagged Sony Pictures in the image.
There's not much known about the third instalment to the franchise.
Many are hoping Venom goes up against Spider-Man in the sequel and there were hints that this could happen.
Hardy leaked what seemed to be the cover page of the Venom 3 script last year and it sent fans into a frenzy.
Scrawled on the front page was a doodle that included a little emoji of Venom's face.
At the top of the page a scribbled image of Venom features with its recognisable dark face but with one key difference: A long red tongue that appears to loop into an 'S'.
Many wondered whether that was a sly hint about the plot.
The end credits of Let There Be Carnage confirmed Venom and Tom Holland's Spider-Man trilogy occur in the same timeline.
So, these two could finally come face-to-face.
Hardy told Digital Spy about his views on the franchise and how hard they're working to keep audiences entertained.
“These things [usually] come in threes," he said.
"If there’s going to be a new one – and they depend heavily on the success of each individual one, so you can’t count on them ever happening again – every one has got to be as if it was the last one.
“But I think it’s really important, if you go into something, thinking that one, two and three are the same… the same story, the same film.
"So that you don’t surprise yourself by being caught out by suddenly having to do a third from nowhere.
“There’s got to be some continuity into a third and fourth and fifth, and if somebody says ‘no’, that’s fine. Let it go, and you move on to something else.”
The movie isn't set to debut in cinemas around the world until November next year so we have a while to wait until we get to see the first trailer.