If you're aware of Hollywood today, you'll know who's doing what and when.
For this reason, it may not be necessary for Ruben Fleischer to explain to us why he will not be directing Venom 2, having driven the original Tom Hardy movie to tremendous commercial success.
According to the director, there is no problem between him and Sony, except for the problem of time. According to him, he could not commit to Venom 2 as a matter of schedule, as he was completely involved in the production of Zombieland: Double Shot, which opens in Portugal next week.
"I was busy finishing Zombieland: Double Shot. I think they are already about to shoot Venom 2 and I just finished this a couple of weeks ago. So the calendar didn't allow me to do the sequel," Fleischer said during the ReelBlend podcast of CinemaBlend.
Now Venom's sequel is in the hands of Andy Serkis, who has already been licensed by Star Wars, Planet of the Apes, Lord of the Rings, Hobbit, King Kong and many others.
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Abílio Rodrigues [of Rivia] is the technology editor of IGN Portugal, a confessed music lover and PC gaming enthusiast. You can follow him on @KaikaneTR