“The film is a love story, but not the love story you might think,” said the sequel director Andy Serkis. “It’s very much about the extraordinary relationship between symbiote and host. Any love affair has its pitfalls, its high points, and low points; Venom and Eddie’s relationship absolutely causes problems and stress, and they have a near-hatred for each other, but they have to be with each other—they can’t live without each other. That’s the companionship—love things that relationships are really about.”
In the romantic scene above, the duo are seen discussing plans for their heroic future after having wreaked havoc in the city in their battle against Carnage. Their conversation then abruptly switches as Hardy tells his symbiote “I like you a lot, I really like you, but love… yeah you know.” Venom responds by repeatedly announcing “You do love me!”
Take a look at the full clip above, and stay tuned to see whether or not the two will make an appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home which debuts next month on December 17.
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