Exciting news for fans as Sony Pictures unveils the first trailer for Venom: The Last Dance, the concluding chapter in the Spider-Man villain trilogy. The return of Tom Hardy, reprising his role as Eddie Brock, the host of the brain-eating symbiote Venom, is a thrilling prospect for all. 

With a logline that reads, "Eddie and Venom are on the run," the film is billed as "the final film in the trilogy." Eddie and Venom have to make a terrible choice that will end their final dance because both of their worlds are pursuing them, and the net is closing in.

In the gripping teaser, Hardy faces off against a massive symbiotic alien from Venom's home planet. Complete halt. Is it wrong to say that this movie has an alien invasion vibe? Not that I'm whining, just saying. In any case, agents of the government are pursuing the symbiotic alien.

The trailer showcases thrilling symbiote action and a standout scene where Hardy and Venom ride a lightning-fast horse. Notably, the movie also features the talented Chiwetel Ejiofor and Juno Temple, adding to the excitement for fans.

Fans of the popular comic book series recently witnessed Venom hinted at in the MCU's "Spider-Man: No Way Home" post-credits scene. In this scene, Dr. Strange's multiverse spell momentarily brings the character into the MCU. But he was banished back to his world, taking a portion of his symbiote.

Following the success of its predecessors, the studio confirmed "Venom 3" at CinemaCon 2022. While "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" made $502 million worldwide despite its pandemic release, the original "Venom" brought in $856 million worldwide.

"Venom: The Last Dance" marks the directorial debut of Kelly Marcel, who co-wrote the screenplay with Hardy in her previous films. We need more of this, so let's celebrate the increase in female directors in Hollywood! The movie's producers are Hutch Parker, Amy Pascal, Matt Tolmach, Avi Arad, Marcel, and Hardy.

Theaters will open for Venom: The Last Dance on October 25.