Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the highly anticipated sequel to the Marvel movie starring Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson, opens in theaters in September. But fans just got the latest sneak peek with a new trailer.
The long-awaited Marvel movie would have been released in theaters in October last year. But thanks to the pandemic, the release has been postponed constantly as has happened with many movies and series in the industry. The first trailer debuted in May.
Sony and Marvel do not want to disappoint fans who have waited so long for the release of the Venom sequel. Today, they shared through YouTube the second trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage where we can see more details of the film. In addition, finally, Sony has confirmed the release date as September 16, 2021. So fans do not have to wait long, although they will have to go to theaters as this is not going to debut on Disney+.
Who’s more dangerous: Carnage or Venom?
According to the comics, Kasady is a serial murderer who escapes after coming into touch with Carnage, another symbiote that is much more violent and unpredictable than Venom. Carnage is one of the characters that has instilled terror in the heroes, as well as his father, Venom, who has been beaten by his son’s skills, which he cannot equal.
After Cletus only communicates to Eddie during his time in prison, this will set up a struggle that promises to be very personal. The new trailer for the highly anticipated sequel shows off a lot of action and computer effects work headed by Andy Serkis. Despite the largely negative reviews for the original Venom film, anticipation for a sequel is high, and we can only wait to discover who is stronger: Venom or Carnage.