“Venom” was one of the big blockbusters of 2018, and Eddie Brock’s epic motorcycle chase was one of the best scenes in the movie. Stunt coordinator Jack Gill takes us behind the scenes of this incredible sequence, explaining the ways they made the action look so realistic — and how Tom Hardy’s stunt doubles pulled off those death-defying jumps.
Jack Gill has also created action scenes in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” and the “Fast and the Furious” movies. On “Venom,” Jack and co-stunt coordinators Andy Gill and Spiro Razatos were responsible for designing the elaborate car and motorbike chase, which finds Eddie transforming into his super alter-ego — and one of the most famous Spider-Man villains — Venom.
Good news for “Venom” fans: There’s a lot more in store from Sony’s offshoot Spider-Man universe, which so far has included “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and the upcoming “Spider-Man: Far from Home.” The studio owns the rights to over 900 Marvel characters, and has plans to develop new character movies in the coming years — including “Venom 2.”
There’s no release date yet for the sequel, but Sony has confirmed that it’s in development. In the meantime, Venom is available on Blu-ray and Digital:
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