Michelle Williams Knows Nothing About VENOM 2... And Isn't Entirely Sure What Happened In The First One

Have our hopes of seeing more She-Venom in the planned Venom sequel been dashed? During a recent interview, Michelle Williams was asked about the follow-up and, well, her brief answer says an awful lot.

While Tom Hardy's quirky performance was well-received in Venom, Michelle Williams didn't come off anywhere near as well. It didn't help that her story arc was so uninspired and it definitely felt like the actress was phoning things in pretty much from start to finish. 

Regardless of your thoughts on that, though, the door was definitely left open for Eddie Brock's former flame to return and with Venom 2 set to be released next October, Sony Pictures should start putting the cast together soon. Will that include Williams? Well, during a recent interview at Sundance, she made it clear that she knows nothing.

In fact, she admits that "I don’t even know much about Venom [1]" never mind the planned sequel! 
 
That may not be a particularly good sign that we'll see her reprise the role of Ann Weying, as it really doesn't seem as if she was overly impressed by the first instalment. Despite that, there's a very strong chance she's under contract to return and with a new director/better script in place, She-Venom could definitely live again. 

What we do know is that Tom Hardy will be back as Venom, while Woody Harrelson is going to take on the role of Cletus Kasady/Carnage for what should be a truly epic battle. 


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