The latest updates and spoilers for the live-action "Venom" reveal more details about the film in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed that the movie will not be associated with Tom Holland's Spider-Man films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Director Rueben Fletcher also talked about the dynamic between Eddie Brock and his symbiote, and how their relationship can affect their cause in the story. The Marvel movie stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, who uncovers an illegal experiment on human beings with alien lifeforms. Unbeknownst to him, one of the aliens have bonded to him and gave superhuman abilities.

Venom stays with Sony Pictures Entertainment

According to Screen Rant, Kevin Feige stated that the "Venom" movie is part of Sony's spin-off projects based on the Spider-Man characters and it is completely separate from Marvel Studios' produced films. The confusion over the spin-off started when Sony's head, Amy Pascal, announced that the film and "Black and Silver" are adjuncts to the MCU. This led to fan speculations that Tom Holland's Peter Parker will meet Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock [VIDEO] in the future.

However, Pascal clarified that "Venom" is not part of the MCU since it was not part of Sony and Marvel's movie deal. Both companies agreed to share the license of Spider-Man that led to his official MCU debut in "Captain America: Civil War."

"Venom" on the other hand, will have his own universe as he operates in San Francisco and the Life Foundation first discovered the alien symbiotes [VIDEO] instead of Peter Parker.

Eddie Brock/Symbiote dynamic

"Venom" director Rueben Fletcher told Entertainment Weekly that the film will focus more on Eddie and the symbiote's relationship throughout the plot. Hardy admitted that he was fascinated with the character because he "looks the coolest" among the Marvel characters.

When Hardy was asked about how he managed to portray two personalities in one being, "The Dark Knight Rises" actor compared Eddie and the symbiote to the "Ren and Stimpy" cartoon show.

“It’s a bit like Ren and Stimpy, you know? They have different sounds. I always saw Venom as sounding like a James Brown lounge lizard, and Eddie Brock is kind of…he switches to an 'aw-shucks' American accent," Hardy said. "I don’t know, an everyday kind of guy. But he’s inherited this massive ego, this beast.”

"Venom" will premiere in cinemas on October 5.