Name of scientists new spider species following Tom Hardy’s Venom

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A newly discovered species of Australian spider was given the name Venom after the Tom Hardy movie of the same name. The scientists who’d found the insect noted that its thorax markings resembled the patterns on Venom’s head, according to an article in Evolutionary Systematics. In light of this, scientists gave the spider genus Venomius its official name and designated its sole species as V. tomhardyi. Hardy is known for playing Eddie Brock, the photojournalist who fuses with Venom, in the Sony films Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

It’s not uncommon for scientists to name recently discovered species after stars and fictional figures. In honour of Hollywood actor Harrison Ford, a new species of snake known as Tachymenoides harrisonfordi was named, according to a story from last month. Ford’s Indiana Jones character was especially terrified of snakes in the Indiana Jones film series. It was really the third species to bear the name Harrison Ford, following the ant species Pheidole harrisonfordi and the spider species Calponia harrisonfordi. A new species of insects bears the names of the late Stan Lee and other Marvel characters. This features the Loki fly, whose scientific name is Daptolestes illusiolautus and means “elegant deception.” Tom Hiddleston portrays the God of Mischief in this movie. The Stan Lee fly was given the scientific name Daptolestes leei because its markings resembled Lee’s well-known white moustache and sunglasses.

A third Venom film, set for release in the summer of 2019, is being developed in response to the popularity of the first two. The threequel’s writing and direction were both handled by Kelly Marcel, who also wrote the story alongside Hardy. The narrative is still mostly unknown, although Hardy is back as Eddie Brock. In unidentified roles, Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor also feature. When asked why he agreed to play Venom, Hardy previously told Entertainment Weekly, “As far as Marvel characters, I have to say for me, Venom looks the coolest.” That sounds really superficial. However, I like how he exudes a bold swagger and a no-foxtrot attitude. He said, “It’s a horrible gift, but there’s something hilarious about the circumstances around having a gift. You enjoy this superpower even if you don’t really want it. You feel exceptional as a result. He is an anti-hero and a reluctant hero.

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