The now-familiar delays and pushbacks continue, with Sony announcing that Marvel’s next sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, will be released a week later than planned on September 24. The comic book follow-up has only been given a new release date. from September 17 just two weeks ago, with the studio clearly feeling that more time was needed for the film to have the best impact on the big screen.
This new release date means Venom: May the Carnage Be will now face the likes of Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark , the musical drama Dear Evan Hansen , and the Mark Wahlberg-directed sci- fi action film , Infinity .
The first Venom hit screens in 2018 and introduced audiences to Tom Hardy’s crusade reporter Eddie Brock. A maverick investigative journalist, the story begins when Brock tries to dismantle Carlton, the CEO of the shady Life Foundation company. While investigating suspicious experiments and illegal human trials, Brock unwittingly merges with a violent symbiotic alien with lethal abilities.
The highly anticipated sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage , will find Eddie Brock and his alien buddy taking on a new villain in the form of murderous criminal Cletus Kasady, who gets his own symbiote friend, and together they become the villainous supervillain Carnage. Venom: Let The Carnage Be is set to bring Woody Harrelson back as a character, who appeared in a post-credits Venom scene. Harrelson should provide an excellent villain for Tom Hardy’s antihero, although hopefully the Zombieland star ditched the ridiculous wig this time around.
While Venom has been brutalized by critics, it made a huge impact at the box office, becoming the seventh highest grossing film of 2018, taking over $ 856 million worldwide. With the addition of Lord of the Rings star Andy Serkis as the director of tasks and Woody Harrelson as fan favorite villain, Carnage, Venom: Let The Carnage Be sure has a lot of potential and, hopefully, will be worth it. worth the delays and returns.
Fans are still waiting for a preview of something official from the film, like a trailer, with director Andy Serkis recently discussing the project without saying anything at the time. “I’m super excited about [the movie]. Again, it’s not something I can particularly talk about right now because we’re saving it for when everyone can go and enjoy it at the movies, ”Serkis said. I don’t want to blow it up or talk about it too much before. then, but I had a bullet working on this movie. It was awesome. [It’s] another brilliant group of actors, and it’s led by another avid SAS man, Tom Hardy [Laughs]. Hope you don’t feel disappointed. It was a real pleasure to work on it … I think that’s the question I’m asked more than anything else: “When will the Venom trailer be released?” [Laughs] “
Venom: May The Carnage Be Seen Tom Hardy returning as Eddie Brock / Venom, with the sequel continuing the mismatched, peculiar, but endearing bromance. Venom: Let The Carnage Be is now set to release in the US on September 24, 2021. It comes to us thanks to Deadline.