Venom Special Features Revealed

Blu-ray special features include three deleted scenes.

While Venom wasn’t a critical success, it made over $800 million internationally at the box office during its theatrical run. And soon, those who enjoyed the movie can pick up a copy for themselves, which will be packed with extras.

Venom hits the digital market on December 11 and will get a home release–on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K–on December 18, and both releases will contain a slew of special features giving viewers greater insight into the movie. This includes three deleted scenes, one of which is an extended version of the post-credit sequence revealing a pretty big name Marvel villain.

The full list of special features revealed by Sony for the upcoming Venom home release includes Venom Mode. When selecting this mode the film will engage informative pop-ups throughout the film to provide insight on the movie’s relationship to the comics, and to reveal hidden references that even a seasoned Venom-fan may have missed!. There’s also deleted and extended scenes will give fans even more of the Venom action they loved in theaters.

The main features include Ride to Hospital (Eddie and Venom take a ride to the hospital), Car Alarm (Let’s just say that Venom is not fond of car alarms), San Quentin (Extended post-credits scene at San Quentin), and From Symbiote to Screen (A mini-documentary about the history of Venom in comics and his journey to the big screen. Interviews with Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Ruben Fleischer, Oliver Scholl, and Director and Comic Fanboy Kevin Smith).

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Other features include The Lethal Protector in Action (Go behind the scenes with the production crew and learn the secrets behind the awesome Motorcycle stunts, wire stunts, and drones), Venom Vision (A look at how Ruben Fleischer came to the project, gathered his team, and made Venom a reality. Utilizes interviews from cast, crew, and producers as well as Fleischer himself), Designing Venom (Designing and creating Venom meant a huge challenge for VFX artists; follow the amazing journey), and Symbiote Secrets (Blink and you may have missed it! Enjoy the hidden references throughout the film0.

There are also 8 Select Scenes Pre-Vis sequences, where you can see the progression of the visual effects, storyboards and fight choreography compared to the finished film, the “Venom” music video by Eminem, “Sunflower” by Post Malone, Swae Lee, which is from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and a Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sneak peek.

The 4K Ultra HD Includes feature film presented with Dolby Vision high dynamic range and Dolby Atmos sound and also includes the film and special features on the included high-def Blu-ray. Venom is available on Digital Download December 11, and on Blu-ray and 4K UHD on Tuesday, December 18, 2019.