The latest updates and spoilers for the live-action "Venom" film reveal the possible plans for Eddie Brock and his symbiote after the movie. "Mad Maxx: Fury Road" star Tom Hardy told MTV International (Screen Rant) in an interview that he wanted his character to have an R-rated sequel and a crossover with the Avengers.

Hardy also defended Sony Pictures's decision of making the film PG-13 and how will this benefit everyone in future projects. The movie will feature Eddie Brock investigating the Life Foundation after hearing rumors about them doing illegal human experiments with aliens.

One of them got attached to Eddie and bonded to form Marvel's monstrous anti-hero.

Sequel and crossover plans for Venom

According to Screen Rant, Tom Hardy told MTV that he would love to "run through all of the Avengers" if given a chance to have Venom possibly crossover to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, before noting that it is above his pay grade.

Hardy then jokingly asked his co-star Riz Ahmed, who was with him in the MTV interview, if they should start a campaign to get Eddie Brock and Carlton Drake to "pull them up" into the Avengers, before stating that they are fine in their own standalone universe.

Ahmed also teased about a showdown between Hardy's character and The Incredible Hulk, who is played by Mark Ruffalo.

The Venom character has been known to have associations with other Marvel characters outside of the Spider-Man mythos as he became a member of several groups such as the Thunderbolts, Avengers, and even The Guardians of the Galaxy.

Hardy also told MTV that he wanted an R-rated sequel to the first film as he likes to explore the darker side of Eddie Brock that young audiences do not know about, due to his popularity with kids on cartoons and toy merchandise.

Tom Hardy on PG-13 rating

According to Metro, Hardy stated that the PG-13 rating of "Venom" is due to the fact that the character could cater to both adults and the younger audiences due to his popularity. The "Legend" star added that his two children were a great help in understanding Eddie Brock, admitting that he does not read a lot of comics.

"I’m not going to lie, I just thought he was a black Spider-Man. I didn’t really read comic books, so my information was limited," Hardy said. "But I was given loads of comics when I got involved. All the comics! And more importantly, I had my son as my guide. I was versed in the way of Venom by a 10-year-old. I consulted the oracle, there. And he would steer me on."

Fandango writer Erik Davis stated before that having the film in PG-13 could allow Sony to capitalize on a future crossover storyline between Eddie and Spider-Man.

"Venom" will premiere in cinemas on October 5.