The photo shows Hardy as reporter Eddie Brock and holding a notebook that, if you flip the image upside down and zoom in, reveals some plot details about the Sony-Marvel movie (which is a standalone film that's not expected to include Tom Holland's Spider-Man). This obviously confirms that the Life Foundation is the primary antagonist in the story.
In the comics, the Life Foundation is a survivalist group that forms amid a growing fear of the Cold War. In the "Ultimate" Marvel Universe, the suit has a more terrestrial origin, created by Parker and Brock's scientist parents in an attempt to cure cancer.
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If that's the case, then Phage, Agony, Scream, Riot and Lasher - the Venom clones from that story-arc - could also be making an appearance. During 2017's Sao Paulo's Comic Con Experience, Ruben Fleischer and Tom Hardy treated fans with a teaser video that offered interesting info on the film. When he bonds with Eddie, he becomes one of Spider-Man's most infamous archenemies.
The second entry in Brock's notebook reads: "What about the allegations your empire is built on?".
There's been no indication yet that these five symbiotes will be appearing in the film, but Hardy did state the film will be taking inspiration from the Venom: Lethal Protector comic book miniseries released in 1993.
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It's unclear whether that means we'll get to see Venom swing into the MCU or pop up in some other Marvel/Sony film.
So will the movie see Venom as an existing symbiote that the Life Foundation uses as the basis for its own horrifying monsters?
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