No. We know for sure that the dilophosaurus had no frill when it lived during the Early Jurassic. This trait purely came from gene splicing with modern animals to complete the genome, in this case a frilled lizard and Hollwood story writers who needed something to make there venom spitting dinosaur look scary. There is no evidence for or against the venom. It isn't entirely impossible that Dilophosaurus could spit venom, but it probably didn't. The only reason we don't know for sure is because venom glands don't fossilize so if it had venom the odds of us know about it are tiny. The idea was invented by Micheal Crichton and he explained it by saying that InGen had spliced in the DNA of a spitting cobra.