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Spider-Man 3’s Original Venom Designs Are Disgusting

With an almost angular head and eyes that were more pointed than the toothy terror Peter Parker takes on in “Spider-Man 3,” it does feel like this version of Venom would be just as threatening and equally at home if face-to-face with Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) from the “Alien” franchise. With full body shots of this Venom displaying protrusions from his shoulders and waist and the iconic Venom symbol almost bursting from his chest, this version of the symbiote might have been a foe worth fearing.

It’s not the first time that the Raimi trilogy played with more otherworldly entities when it came to Spidey’s adversaries, as wild ideas were initially applied to the Green Goblin, played by Willem Dafoe in 2002. While we had Osborn behind an armored helm in the trilogy, initially, there was an effort to make Gobby far more monstrous via animatronics. However, the whole process proved too much to manage, and instead, the appearance was altered to a more armored and mechanical suit. It would’ve certainly made a massive change for the franchise had either of these designs been used in the film and could’ve made Spidey’s stressful day-saving all the more frightening to see.

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