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Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage is slated to release on October 15, 2021. Watch free streaming here.
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Hopefully, the Delta variant is brought under control soon because reports cite that the surge has led to a “decline in consumer confidence in returning to the movies”.
Sony Pictures has once again moved the release date of “Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage,” announcing on Monday that it will be pushed up two weeks from Oct. 15 to Oct. 1. It was initially slated to premiere on Sept. 24.
The sequel will see Tom Hardy return as the titular alter-ego of investigative journalist Eddie Brock and his alien counterpart, Venom.
Directed by the man behind Gollum’s voice, Andy Serkis, and co-written by Tom Hardy and Kelly Marcel, it’s set to be another hit with Marvel fans. With movie theaters officially back open and the most anticipated movies finally hitting the screen, we hope that this Sony Marvel movies sequel is one of the next 2021 new movie releases you can still feel confident about.
VENOM 2 IS TO RELEASE IN CINEMAS ON OCTOBER 14
Venom: Let There Be Carnage has a festive season surprise for fans as the film will now release in theatres a day earlier than its set date. The final release date is October 14 now.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is set two years after the happenings of the 2018 film, Venom. Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) struggles to come to accept his bonding with his titular alien symbiote. But, things go haywire. Venom 2 is directed by Andy Serkis
What is Venom: Let There Be Carnage About?
After fighting off Riot and Drake with Weying’s assistance, investigative journalist Eddie Brock returns to his old life. Weying believes that in the life-threatening confrontation, Venom got separated from Eddie and died in the explosion.
However, she is clueless that the unlikely pair are not only still bonded, but they have decided to keep San Francisco safe from anyone that poses an existential threat to it. However, Eddie gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interview Cletus Kasady, the imprisoned serial killer.
When they meet at the Ravencroft Institute, Eddie cannot even fathom what is about to unfold in his wildest dreams.
The interview soon turns into an altercation, and the serial killer escapes from prison after transforming into the host of the symbiote called Carnage. However, he does not leave before giving Eddie a warning that shakes him to his core. This marks the beginning of an epic rivalry, with the future of San Francisco on the line.
Venom 2 Trailer Out
Even though Venom was directed by Ruben Fleischer, Andy Serkis was recruited to helm Venom: Let There Be Carnage, where Kelly Marcel is seen taking over the scripting duties solely after co-writing the first film with Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg.
Primarily planned for an October 2020 release, the Venom: Let There Be Carnage release date has been delayed a year to 2021 due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic. It’s currently scheduled to hit theaters on September 24, 2021. Now, the studio has revealed the Venom 2 Trailer.
On 10 May, Sony released the Venom 2 trailer and poster, which offered the first look at the coming-up film. The trailer that has been featured reveals Eddie and Venom have settled into a kind of normal schedule, with the smote making him breakfast and the both of them visiting the booth run by Mrs. Chen (Peggy Lu).
There’s also much another setup for the clash between Venom and Carnage, with the Venom 2 trailer featuring Harrelson’s Cletus talking with Eddie and then him being tested upon at Ravencroft, before finally being unveiled in his symbiote form.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage Movie Review: Script Analysis
So, the makers decide to title the film ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ but the protagonist is on the mission ‘Let There Be No Carnage’ throughout (The above joke is purely for them who understand what sense of humor is. No personal attack.)
Tom Hardy & Kelly Marcel’s story offers what every generic sequel pretends to such as a better story, better performances, a better title but are they really worth it? (ahem… Men in Black: International …ahem).
This one tries to convert the dumb bromance between Eddie & Venom from part 1 to a Deadpool-Wilson-like (minus the fourth-wall fabulous funk) camaraderie with some at-your-face humor.
Kelly Marcel’s screenplay is more polished this time around with and that’s major because of the developed (and improved) relationship between the leading bros. My
problem with its prequel was they didn’t develop Eddie-Venom too good too soon, makers heard making the duo extremely likable in this one along with introducing a new
problem. Trying to give Carnage equal importance as Venom appears as a speed-breaker in this one. It’s like having so much fun one moment immediately followed by too much generic ‘superhero movies’ BS.
How Many End Credits Are in Venom 2?
Venom: Let There Be Carnage has just one post-credits scene, but as Ned Ryerson might say, it’s a doozy.
After Venom/Eddie Brock dispatch Cletus Kasady/Carnage (Woody Harrelson) and Shriek/Frances Barrison (Naomie Harris), the bonded pair seems to basically retire to a beachfront life, away from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco — and all the people Venom might want to eat, and all the cops who might want to arrest them.
The credits roll on Venom 2 as Eddie is sitting on the beach, but then we get a mid-credits scene involving none other than Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and, apparently, the MCU!