By 2020, when the 2027 World Premiere of Venom opens in New York, the city is brimming with superhero-powered cars.
But as our new film, 2027, proves, there are many, many more ways to be one.
From a teenage-boy on the street to a professional athlete on the field, from a man who wants to change the world to a young woman who’s just living her life, we take you on a ride with a motoring world where everything is connected and everything has a price.
It’s an age of superpowers where it’s possible to become a superman or a woman and everything is possible, so it’s a time for adventure.
We’re here to talk to the stars of 2027: star Seth Rogen, who plays the titular Venom, star Anthony Hopkins, and the writers of the upcoming film, Peter David and Simon Kinberg.
We caught up with the film’s star Seth to find out more about his character, his experience filming the movie, and what it was like to work with the writers.
Can you talk about the role you played in the movie?
It was so fun to play the title character.
The idea that you can change the future in this movie is super fun to me.
I just love how he’s the villain.
You can have a completely different perspective on this character than what we’ve been given.
I think that’s the kind of story that I wanted to tell.
When you started to play Venom, how did you decide on the name?
I was in a band and we were in New Zealand and I was watching the Spider-Man movies, and I had an idea that it was sort of a fitting name.
I had the idea that I was going to play a superhero.
I thought it was really cool, so I said, “Let’s call it Venom, because that’s what we all do.
We all do it.”
I thought it would be fun to go back and say, “How many other guys can you name the same way?”
I just think that it would make sense.
We’re all doing it.
I don’t know.
I thought the movie would be good enough to be called Venom.
It was kind of weird that the movie came out and it had all these superpowers, and then you were talking about this whole superhero thing, so the fans weren’t even expecting that.
I felt really good about the movie because it was a good time to do something different.
But you have to make a good movie.
You have to be interesting.
It wasn’t about being a super hero.
The movie is about a guy trying to save the world, and this movie was about a kid who is just trying to live his life.
I wasn’t sure how much of the movie was going into that.
When you are doing something new and different, it’s very difficult.
I wanted it to be as cool as possible, but I wanted the audience to feel like they had seen it.
We were doing the same thing that the Spider Man movies did, which was to have an origin story.
We were kind of a little bit different.
We weren’t going to go into this crazy, really intense, crazy story.
It was just going to be about a normal boy that’s going to become the best superhero in the world.
I always thought it made sense.
It’s weird because we have a lot of films coming out that are very similar to each other.
It feels a little weird because people aren’t used to seeing a lot that is like that.
That’s the thing: It’s not like they’re not used to being on the big screen, so they don’t really know what to expect.
You’re getting a ton of different things and you’re getting to do a lot more.
I never really thought that was going on in the Spider Universe.
I did think that we would do a big story, and it was kind-of weird.
We’ve done that for years, and so when it was announced, it was cool.
I’m very grateful to have a great cast.
They’re great, and they’re awesome.
We have a new generation of heroes that are getting to be part of a movie that is kind of like their own movie.
We can all be heroes.
And I think the world has gotten a little more aware of that.
It kind of surprised me that it turned out that it wasn’t a big deal to name the film Venom.
I didn’t really think that was the point of it, and in my head I was thinking, “This is just a nice name.
It doesn’t mean anything.”
I thought I would just call it something else and it would just be fun.
I really didn’t think that there was going [to be a] big deal.
But when it came time to name it, I just thought,