Marvel Studios, in conjunction with Sony Pictures, is churning out the super hits and there is no end in sight. Marvel’s Venom is one of the most anticipated movies this year. Venom is slated for release on Oct. 5, 2018.
Sony and Disney collaborated on the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming movie last summer, but Sony will continue to produce a series of stories based on the characters from the Spider-Man series of comics. Venom will be the first of these “Spiderverse” films.
The teaser trailer that has been released doesn’t say much about the overall plot. But what we do know is that Tom Hardy will be Venom. Venom is a man that has been infected by a parasitic alien and is transformed into a sort of bad Spider-Man. Sony has also said that Tom Holland of Spider-Man will NOT appear in Venom, but I don’t see how the story can be told without him. Venom is Spider-Man’s arch-enemy and surely will have to be included in some manner. Venom is directed by Ruben Fleischer who also brought us Zombieland.
You can watch Venom using Kodi with add-ons such as Placenta, Covenant, Exodus and the like. But increasingly these add-ons are becoming less reliable in my opinion. I use Terrarium TV for almost all of my movie and TV show viewing. I find it to be more reliable. Searches are faster and the interface just makes more sense.
In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to watch Ant-Man and the Wasp using Terrarium TV.
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If you don’t already have Terrarium TV installed, let’s get it installed. If you already have it, then you can skip this part by clicking HERE.
Apps2Fire is an application that makes installing Android apps to your Fire TV device as simple as sending a text message. The best part is that it eliminates having to use the Downloader App for Fire TV. While the Downloader has been a mainstay of the Kodi on Fire TV community, Apps2Fire replaces it totally. ou can install Apps2Fire from the Google Play Store by clicking this link.
Once you have Apps2 Fire installed, it’s fairly straightforward to get apps onto your Fire TV device.
First, make sure you go into the settings of your Fire TV device and turn on ADB Debugging and Apps from Unknown Sources.
Go to Settings, Device, Developer Options and turn on those two things.
This will open up the Fire TV device so you can install Terrarium TV.
Now, go to Settings, Device and then About. Take note of the IP address shown here. You will use that IP address to configure Apps2Fire to control your device. In the example shown, the IP address is 192.168.1.39. Yours will probably be different.
Before you open up Apps2Fire, you will need to be sure you have downloaded the Terrarium TV apk file. This is the file that will be uploaded and installed to the Fire TV device. Click here to download Terrarium TV (Ad-Free) apk.
Now, you are going to open up Apps2Fire on your device.
You will see a splash screen
Followed by a screen showing that it is refreshing the list of local apps.
Then you will see a list of the locally installed apps on the Android device.
Swipe left until you get to the SETUP tab. Here you will enter the IP address of your Fire TV device. This can be found by going to Settings > Device > About > Network on your Fire TV device.
Once your device is set up, click on the little up arrow at the top of the screen.
Scroll down the list until you see the Terrarium TV file you downloaded.
Click on it, and you will be asked what you want to do. Click Install
Terrarium TV will upload and install to your Fire TV device.
When it is done, you will get a message that it has installed successfully
Now that Terrarium TV is installed, it’s really just as simple as opening it up. There isn’t much configuration to be done, but you can go through them and set things as you like. Terrarium TV will open up to TV Series by default. To change this, go over to the hamburger menu at the top left and select Movies.
Once you are on the Movies screen, you will see a list of the most popular Movie streams at the moment. You will see “Venom” right up at the top as with most every Marvel movie when it comes out. You can also search for “Venom”, which I did for this tutorial. In that case, you will see Venom listed at the top of the list.
You can also use the drop-down menu in Terrarium TV to show only Marvel Movies. This makes it easy to burn up your entire weekend sitting on the couch binge watching Marvel Movies. How cool is that?
After selecting Marvel’s, you will see only Marvel movies. Time to make the popcorn!
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