If Venom had left some viewers unmoved, Sony Pictures seems to have great ambitions for its symbiote. In fact, a trailer has just been unveiled for the sequel, which is slated to hit France on October 20th. Venom: Called Let There Be Carnage, the feature film seems to take on the tone of the first feature film, which relied heavily on the action without denying a comical and somewhat unusual side.
Andy Serkis takes the lead
Hence, from the first few seconds we can see that Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and Venom have found some form of inner balance, as indicated by the “Don’t bite people” sign on the apartment wall. We can see that the symbiote gives its host a good help in preparing breakfast.
All eyes are then on Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson). The serial killer featured in the first film will benefit from his own symbiote: Carnage. The confrontation against Venom therefore promises to be epic. We don’t know why the latter is chosen, however, but there is no doubt that the feature film should answer that question.
As a reminder, this fiction is related to Marvel and its characters are strictly part of the Spider-Man universe. Rumors had even reported his presence at the first plant, but that was not the case. Fans dream of Spider-Man appearing on the screen, but that’s unlikely due to copyright concerns.
Anyway, this first trailer really made our mouth watering and the sequel to the Venom adventures looks very promising. Andy Serkis takes over the production of this feature film and replaces Ruben Fleischer, who directed the first part. Instead, if the press hadn’t praised him highly, he’d won over the public instead by earning $ 855 million at the global box office.
In this trailer, Sony Pictures insists on this point: The film will only be released in theaters. So, after more than a year of the pandemic, the studio seems pleased to find the dark rooms.
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