Venom Let There Be Carnage movie postponed again due to covid-19. If this news is frustrating (especially for Americans), rest assured it will only be a few weeks. In fact, although the film was scheduled for September 24 in the U.S., it will finally be released on October 15.
With the pandemic taking a huge toll on the box office, the studios prefer to be cautious and give themselves more time to release the film. Sony does not have a streaming service like Warner Bros. (HBO Max) or Disney (Pirates of the Caribbean) and does not intend to sell the film to any platform for distribution.
At the moment, this change should not affect the release in Spain, as the film was announced with us on October 20, 2021.
Inside Venom 2 Let there be carnage, Carnage “It can turn into haze. It can take different forms. It can arm itself, it can do anything,” said director Andy Serkis. “With all symbiotes, they mirror the person who is their host. So the darkness of Carnage, the joy, the wit, the strangeness. Cletus has a real intelligence and a real sense of humor, and we wanted to reflect that in the symbiote that comes with him. “
“In the same way that Cletus manipulates psychologically and physically, he can take your energy and completely transform it for you,” said Serkis, prompting the showdown between the archenemies. “So we wanted the whole style of movement to be very idiosyncratic, quirky and weird, and you can’t pin it down. It would be like trying to fight an octopus, basically.”
Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage is directed by Andy Serkis. Tom Hardy joins the cast of Woody Harrelson, Naomie Harris (Skyfall, Rampage), Stephen Graham (The Irishman, Snatch), Reid Scott and Michelle Williams, who returns as Anne Weying.