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Venom: Let There Be Carnage is anything to go by, the sequel to this Marvel movie is really leaning into the odd couple dynamic.
Starring Tom Hardy as both Eddie Brock and Venom, Venom: Let There Be Carnage serves as a sequel to the 2018 super-hero movie Venom. This time around, journalist Eddie Brock is learning to adjust to the monstrous alien presence in his life, trying to get back to normal, by interviewing a serial killer (Woody Harrelson) for an article. But everything leads back to Venom, as it always does.
Venom fans have been awaiting this sequel for a long time—the movie was originally scheduled for October 2020 but has since been delayed multiple times (and then moved back up again) thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The wait is finally over, and Venom 2 is coming to theaters this weekend. But when will Venom 2 be on streaming? Here’s what we know.
When and where can I stream Venom 2 at home?
Venom 2 is expected to come to Netflix over other streaming services as it and Sony have come to an agreement with Spider-Man and other properties.
Unfortunately, there is no official word on whether or not Venom 2 is part of the Netflix/Sony licensing deal. If it is part of the deal, Netflix subscribers can expect to see the film popping up over the next year or so.
For now, the best way to watch Venom 2 is to go to the cinema. If that’s not an option, waiting for the physical version to go on sale at Amazon and other retailers is the best bet.
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Will Venom: Let There Be Carnage be on Netflix US?
For those in the United States, you sadly won’t be getting Venom 2. At least, not anytime soon.
Netflix did notably get an output deal with Sony Pictures but that only counts for 2022 theatrical releases onwards. Instead, releases in 2021 will first head to Lionsgate’s Starz platform first.
There’s potential Venom: Let There Be Carnage could be pushed back to 2022 which would mean that the movie does get to come to Netflix in the first window (full list of what’s expected from Sony Pictures to Netflix US here) but for the moment, that won’t be the case.
Further down the line Venom could come to Netflix as part of Netflix’s ability to get access to previous library titles but whether Venom 2 will be included isn’t known.
Will Venom: Let There Be Carnage be on Netflix outside the US?
It should do is the simple answer.
Although no Sony Pictures output deals with other countries are publicized, we have tracked that most Sony movies come to Netflix outside the US after the second window.
Released in 2018, the first Venom is currently streaming on Netflix Canada and Australia and also had a stint on Netflix UK between August 2020 and February 2021.
Assuming that’s still the case with 2021 releases, we should see those three Netflix regions mentioned get Venom: Let There Be Carnage in 2023 at the earliest.
That’s all we have for now (sorry it’s a lot of guesswork based on previous title releases) but we’ll keep you posted on if and when Venom 2 comes to Netflix as and when we get it.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage Is Directed By Andy Serkis
With Venom director Ruben Fleischer unavailable to return to the director’s chair, as he was apparently still finishing up 2019’s Zombieland: Double Tap at the time, Sony had a few choices in mind for this forthcoming blockbuster sequel.
With a list of hopefuls that reportedly included Travis Knight, Rupert Wyatt, and Rupert Sanders, Andy Serkis ended up securing the job, due in part to his long history of working both as an actor and filmmaker with motion-capture VFX.
While Serkis (who is also playing Alfred Pennyworth in 2022’s The Batman) is best known for playing Gollum in The Lord of the Rings franchise and Caesar in the Planet of the Apes movies prequel trilogy, Serkis has quickly built up a director’s resume for
himself. He served as a second unit director on The Hobbit trilogy, and he helmed 2017’s drama Breathe and Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle for Netflix.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage Movie Review:
“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is many things: a blockbuster comic-book sequel, a mismatched-buddy comedy, an opportunity for some gloriously self-aware overacting. But at its core, beneath the wacky quips and gnashing teeth and gobs of goo, it’s something else entirely: a love story.
Not between Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock and Michelle Williams as the one who got away, not even between Woody Harrelson’s villainous Carnage and Naomie Harris’ misunderstood mutant Shriek, but rather between Eddie and the hulking symbiote dwelling within him, Venom.
They may tell themselves they’ve achieved an uneasy détente since the original “Venom” from 2018. They may get testy with each other and argue over who’s really in charge. But eventually, surprisingly, they reveal a genuine, emotional connection as they come to the shared realization that they’re actually better together.
However, you must stay through the credits, because some truly mind-blowing developments occur that you’ll definitely want to see.