Venom 2 character posters tease She-Venom’s return
Well, how else could Venom kiss Eddie Brock?
Venom: let there be carnageNew character posters may have spoiled the return of She-Venom, a character introduced in 2018 Venom when the symbiote bonded with Anne Weying (Michelle williams).
The new set of posters features each of the faces of the four main characters, while a small silhouette of their super-counterparts can be seen at the bottom. While Eddie Brock’s Venom (Tom hardy), The Carnage of Cletus Kasady (Woody harrelson), and the sonic villain of Spider-Man by Frances Louise Barrison Shriek (Naomie harris) have already been announced, while Anne’s She-Venom figure indicates that Venom is bonding with her again or that Anne will get her own symbiote.
She-Venom appeared during Venom in a scene where Eddie Brock has split from his symbiote. Returning to his original host, Venom bonds with Anne and is transferred by a French kiss where, technically, Venom and Eddie were kissing too. If She-Venom returns, we may have more confusing scenes that we’re uncomfortable admitting as a little sexy, which would definitely make the sequel better.
The highly anticipated sequel of 2018 Venom explore how Eddie Brock and Venom maintain their symbiotic relationship while trying to keep their lives together. The film will also bring back the enhanced Cletus Kasady as the main villain after the killer merged with his own overpowered symbiote, Carnage. Although Carnage is known as one of Marvel’s more visceral villains, Venom: let there be carnage will stick to the first PG-13 movie to sell as many movie tickets as possible.
Venom: let there be carnage is led by Andy Serkis. Hardy got story by credit on the upcoming sequel after working closely with the screenwriter Kelly marcel. After Venom: let there be carnage, Hardy would be back at Morbius, where he will join Michael keaton. Keaton played the vulture on Spider-Man: Homecoming, and although nothing is officially confirmed, its appearance in Morbius could indicate future partnerships between Sony and the Disney MCU. Now that the trailer for Spider-Man: No Path Home confirmed Alfred Molina returns as Doc Ock and Willem Dafoe As Green Goblin, there is no longer a separation between Sony’s Spider-Man universe and the MCU, so anything is possible.
After many back and forths, Venom: let there be carnage hits theaters on October 1. Check out the new posters below:
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