Spiderman 3 tried and failed at capturing the vile symbiote on screen consistently and it was partly because of budget woes for the film. This time around the CGI and the representation of the suit has to be on point for the entire film. Venom is not a easy character to imagine on screen, his flailing acid filled tongue alone could be a visual nightmare to get right. Carnage, who will be the main villain, provides his visual challenges as well. It will be important for producers to remember that the symbiote/suits are alive and should be in constant flux, giving off the visual consistency that will support the story’s realism.
2) Spider Man Cameo:
This is rather tricky concept because of the state of the Spider-Man reboot. Ideally, the Venom movie will take place in the future and will at least showcase the wall-crawler in flashbacks from Eddie Brock/Venom’s perspective. Regardless on how they decide to do it, Spider-man will have to have some type of role in the film. Venom and Carnage are arguably the web-head’s greatest foes from a physical standpoint so it would interesting to see him face them. Again though, the timeline of this movie remains to be seen--audiences will be interested to see the angle they decide to tell the story.
1) Eddie Brock Story:
Brock has an intricate backstory and is a very complex character emotionally. He has been represented well in the comics and other forms of media. He is in all accounts a villain and a bit of an hero at the same time. He has the same feel that the Deadpool character has. It is also important for filmmakers to capture Brock’s obsession and overall jealousy/hatred for Spider-man--it is a key aspect of the character and something that audiences would love to explore.