Some news on the Venom sequel, part of which is the film now has an official title. Tom Hardy’s second turn as everyone’s favorite symbiote will be called Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Unfortunately, we’re going to have to wait several more months to see said carnage as the other part of the news today involves the film’s release date being pushed back from October 2020 to June 2021.
The film becomes yet another to be added to the long and ever-growing list of delays due to the world having bigger issues to focus on.
The film will see Tom Hardy return as Eddie Brock with Andy Serkis handling the directorial duties. Woody Harrelson, who appeared in an after-credits scene from the first film will play symbiote Carnage.
Sony is trying to use what they have to build their own shared universe, with a handful of projects in the works such as Morbius which will star Jared Leto, and a Kraven the Hunter movie among others.
While not everyone enjoyed the original film, I found it to be entertaining, though I’m also a big Tom Hardy fan so I might be a little biased. My opinion may be because I have little association with the character outside of film (yes, I watched Spider-Man 3). I didn’t face the same issues with the character’s origin that many other fans did.
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