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Will Michelle Williams Return For the Venom Sequel?


According to Comicbook.com, Sony is reportedly moving forward with a second Venom movie, and the film's female lead has addressed whether or not she is going to appear in the sequel. During a recent interview, Michelle Williams was asked if she will reprise her role as Anne Weying in Venom's upcoming sequel. The actress jokingly responded by saying," Well, they have to pay me either way.

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