A highly awaited comic book film was eventually released in 2018. Venom, one of the most popular Spider-Verse characters, was getting his film. For aficionados of the huge black beast, it was a major event, but the film itself was not without criticism. Many fans hoped for an R-rated film that was dark and violent, allowing the character to completely let go. The Venom film, on the other hand, was a little, well, silly. Venom, on the other hand, did not suffer as a result of this, grossing over $850 million worldwide. That was enough to warrant a sequel, and Venom: Let There Be Carnage is just around the corner.
Sony’s next Marvel film, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is almost here, and IGN has an exclusive trailer from it to get you even more excited for its release.
This film shows the transformation of serial killer Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) into the deadly supervillain Carnage, which is set to be one of the most pivotal scenes in the Venom sequel!
Harrelson’s character will be executed for his numerous crimes, as this scene shows. Kasady, on the other hand, has already been exposed to the Carnage symbiote. (We saw Cletus bite Eddie Brock in the trailer, so that’s probably how it went down.) Before brutally transforming Kasady into Carnage, the symbiote will be obstructing the deadly injection chemicals.
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With Naomie Harris joining Tom Hardy’s anti-hero in the sequel as Shriek, it’s evident that Tom Hardy’s anti-hero will have his work cut out for him. Fortunately for Eddie Brock, it appears like Michelle Williams’ Anne Weying will reprise her role as She-Venom in a film that will test the bounds of the PG-13 rating.
While the sequel will almost definitely not do quite as well at the box office owing to events beyond Venom’s control, the original movie surely had a lot of fans that were excited about Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Sean O’Connell of CinemaBlend believes, however, that Venom 2 may attract new fans on its own. He acknowledges that he didn’t love the first film, but he certainly liked the sequel.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage, a Sony film, is releasing in theatres on October 1 in the United States, October 15 in the United Kingdom, and November 25 in Australia. Moreover, Venom 2 will hit Indian cinemas on October 15, 2021.