How can you stream ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ online?
The cavalcade of comic book movies seems never-ending, and if you ask us, the movement in cinema has moved from uncreative to downright boring. We mean, aren’t comic books supposed to be fun? While purist nerds break down the accuracy of every new Avengers movie, the page- turning good time comic books used to be seems to fade further into distant memory.
However, as comic book movies push further to be taken seriously (no matter what Marty Scorsese says), some filmmakers are trying a new approach to put the fun back in comic book flicks. Millennials remember one comic book face plastered on every t-shirt & lunchbox during their youth, and the eyes looking back weren’t from a hero.
That’s right, folks – we’re talking about Venom. Rumor has it Venom is back for another major motion picture, but this time he’ll be sharing the spotlight with his even more radical 90s counterpart, Carnage. Here’s what we’ve found.
Venom is a character who became more famous than the comics he was born from. The symbiote nemesis of Spider-Man seemed to ooze cool (quite literally), and kids just couldn’t get enough of the sharp-toothed bad ass when he blew up in the 90s. Comic fans knew it was only a matter of time before Venom got his own movie.
In 2018, Venom starred in perhaps the most divisive comic book movie of the 2010s when Venom dropped in theaters. Comic book purists hated the film’s goofiness, which made Venom’s symbiote a snarky inner monologue for Eddie Brock rather than the terrifying, drooling, razor-toothed killer the character became known for in pop culture.
However, if you’ve seen 2018’s Venom, you know the film is a breath of fresh air for the MCU. Instead of relying on over-done CGI action (although it’s there), Venom gives audiences an action-comedy which provides real laughs, and benefits from not taking itself too seriously. Now, Venom will return in Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Variety reported in early September that Venom: Let There Be Carnage will drop on audiences on October 1st. The film will bring back Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock AKA Venom, and the main man will meet his better half in the sequel when Carnage comes to town.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will showcase a galaxy of new stars, with Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, and Reid Scott joining the cast of the highly anticipated sequel. The film comes from director Andy Serkis (AKA Gollum), and audiences couldn’t be more excited to see the film, after several scheduling issues changed the movie’s release date amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Now that there is a release date for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, movie fans have been at the edge of their seats, wondering how they can see the upcoming movie. After HBO Max teamed up with Warner Bros. to stream the studio’s titles alongside theater releases, fans now wonder if they can stream any movie online when the film drops in theaters.
Will Venom: Let There Be Carnage join the likes of Warner Bros.’s catalogue and stream online when the film drops in theaters October 1st?
Bad news, Venom heads – Venom: Let There Be Carnage is being released through Sony Pictures.
What does that mean for the movie? Well, being released by Sony means the new film won’t be released through Warner Bros. Warner Bros. is perhaps the only studio working with HBO Max to drop movies on a free (for subscribers) streaming platform alongside release dates.
It appears you can’t see Venom: Let There Be Carnage online, just yet. Or, not easily anyway. However, they say you can find nearly anything online, and we know for diehard comic fans, one little article won’t stop the search. Happy hunting!
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