Venom 2 character posters will leave you screaming for more carnage
New character posters for Venom: Let There Be Carnage have arrived. After a series of staggered release dates due to the pandemic, the next Venom the sequel is set to arrive exclusively in theaters on October 1. With just days away from the premiere, Sony has teased the new movie yet again with a set of four all-new character posters for the sequel’s main characters.
Of course, leading the pack is Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock / Venom, reprising his role from the hit original of 2018. Half of his face is covered with the Venom symbiote to symbolize the “relationship” of their couple. A similar poster reveals Woody Harrelson as serial killer Cletus Kasady who is partially cloaked in the Carnage symbiote, someone who should prove to be a worthy foe of Hardy’s Venom.
Michelle Williams is also featured in another poster, as she returned as Eddie Brock’s ex-fiancÃ©e Anne Weying. Meanwhile, Naomie Harris gets her own poster for Frances Barrison, Kasady’s lover who ends up becoming Shriek. The figure’s silhouette on the poster teases what will come of Shriek’s powers.
Venom: let there be carnage is directed by Andy Serkis. Kelly Marcel wrote the screenplay but with a strong contribution to the story of star Tom Hardy. Producers include Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Amy Pascal, Kelly Marcel, Hutch Parker and Hardy. Barry Waldman, Jonathan Cavendish and Ruben Fleischer are the executive producers.
The sequel’s synopsis reads: âAfter finding a host body in investigative reporter Eddie Brock, the alien symbiote must face a new foe, Carnage, the alter ego of serial killer Cletus Kasady. “
While some fans wanted the sequel to be rated R, Venom: let there be carnage is PG-13. Andy Serkis assured fans that the movie pushes that PG-13 rating to its limit, for what it’s worth. The director also spoke about the film’s 90-minute runtime, the shortest of any Marvel movie. As Serkis explains, it’s about keeping the sequel at a fast pace so that the thrills keep happening throughout.
“In fact, it was always going to be [leaner]”Serkis told IGN.” We always wanted this movie to be a real thrill ride. And a fast, muscular [movie]… don’t hang around too much with the exhibition. But that said, I think what we did was strike a real balance between dropping anchor with all of the characters so that you feel like you’re completely immersed in them and we’re not just rushing around. towards the next battle or part of the action. “
From a possible crossing with Spider Man, Serkis added, âOf course it’s going to happen. Listen, it depends on when you want to get there, and also your appetite. If people want more Venom stories, then go straight to Spider. “Man, you can miss so many great villain characters by then. So somehow you might just rush out and close the door.” Venom: let there be carnage will be released in theaters exclusively on October 1, 2021.
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