Tom Hardy has seemingly confirmed that filming for 'Venom' has wrapped.
The 40-year-old actor is set to star as Eddie Brock and his titular alter ego in the upcoming Sony Pictures movie based on the character from Marvel Comics' Spider-Man franchise, and in new photos shared on his Instagram over the weekend, it would appear that principle photography on the project has now come to an end.
Tom shared various snaps on his account, including one of himself with various crew members, which was captioned: "Wrapped SAN Fran Jam DuN
"Sound Team Venom MVP crew shout out to all the crew on Antidote legends all. Outstanding work team. Thankyou all. Am humbled and absolute Honour and a privilege
"You killed it. Smashed that Thankyou for letting me run with you (sic)"
Another snap taken with more crew members saw the hunk dub the whole production team as "legends".
He wrote: "team Libertique legend McGuire Legend all this team fkn legends
"All Killers all magic hunters
"chasers 2018 (sic)"
A third and final shot of Tom in front of a mirror further confirmed that filming had wrapped, as it was captioned: "Wrapped life back Bye (sic)"
Sony Pictures has yet to confirm whether or not the production has in fact wrapped.
'Venom' follows the story of the traditional 'Spider-Man' villain, who is the first character to become the alien symbiote in the comic books.
Tom was cast as the lead role in May last year, followed by the addition of Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed and Jenny Slater.
'Venom' marks the first time a Spider-Man villain will be getting their own standalone movie but the character did appear in Sam Raimi's 'Spider-Man 3' with the character being played by Topher Grace.
The symbiote, created by David Michelinie and artists Todd McFarlane and Mick Zeck, was first introduced in the comic books back in 1988 and is still a fan favorite villain and has appeared in other Marvel Comics including Iron Man, Deadpool and the Hulk.
'Venom' has been slated for an October release date.
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