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  • By October, Jenny Slate, Reid Scott, and Scott Haze were in negotiations to join as well, with Slate up for a role as a scientist.Venom (2018 film)-Wikipedia
  • Led by Kane's former cadet Mike Chilton (Reid Scott), the Burners rise to stop Kane from conquering Detroit's last oasis of freedom—an underground refuge dubbed Motorcity.Motorcity (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • Reid Scott, who replaced Ryan Reynolds as the voice of Turbo, knew Prynoski from 2000 or 2001, when they worked together on a Flash Frame pilot for AMC.Turbo Fast-Wikipedia
  • After meeting Marcus (Reid Scott), a fellow traveler who plans on travelling the world indefinitely in an effort to find himself, Grace decides to leave the country with him to find true happiness.Grace Adler-Wikipedia
  • In September 2019, Reid Scott was expected to reprise his role as Weying's boyfriend Dan from the first film.Venom: Let There Be Carnage-Wikipedia

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