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Tom Hardy and Andy Serkis have been pictured together on the red carpet at a screening of their new film Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
A fan screening of the film, which will open in UK cinemas next month, took place in central London yesterday evening (September 14).
The film’s release date has been pushed back multiple times because of the pandemic.
The Revenant star Hardy, who was pictured arriving at the screening with a dog, reprised his role as journalist Eddie Brock in the new Venom film.
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Serkis, who directed the film, was pictured at the screening with his wife Lorraine and daughter Ruby.
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The film also stars Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady, Venom’s nemesis.
Fashion designer Ozwald Boateng was also seen at the screening, along with BBC Radio 1 presenter Vick Hope.
The new release is a sequel to 2018 box office hit Venom.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be in UK cinemas from October 15.
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