The first trailer of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is finally out. The movie is set to hit the theatres on 24th September.
The first Venom movie introduced us to Eddie and his symbiote Venom as heroes. It ended addressing one significant threat of another symbiote on the West Coast, which Eddie would look into in the second part. And that is what the trailer of ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ portrays.
The trailer gives the first look of Venom’s new red symbiote named “Carnage”, who is determined to create chaos and wreck everything. Certainly, the hero Eddie Brock and his symbiote companion aka Venom are back at it once again, bringing back the same comedy and weirdness as before.
Check out the trailer here-
Other than the obvious and expected action, experts say that the new Venom movie has an improved and unintentional comedy. We can see that Venom has learned cooking, which turns Eddie’s apartment upside down.
The new trailer also introduced us to Carnage’s host named Cletus Kasady, the famous Spider-Man villain, played by Woody Harrelson. No doubt, the new red symbiote, aka the Carnage looks more devilish, evil, and scare then the original hero symbiote aka Venom.
The clip tells us that Kasady is a convicted psychotic serial criminal, who looks bloodthirsty and wants to create havoc. He is hell bent to destroy, so much that he gets a transfusion done to become the evil Carnage. And when the mission is successful, he can be heard saying in an evil tone “Soon comes chaos”.
Directed by Andy Serksis, the movie features Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Reid Scott, Naomie Harris, Stephen Graham, Peggy Lu, Sean Delany, and Larry Olubamiwo.
“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” by Sony along with the Marvel Studio, was originally set to release in Oct 2020. However, due to the ongoing pandemic, the movie was first postponed to 25 June, finally shifting to 24 September. Although the movie will initially be released in theatres, but as per the recent deal of Sony with OTT platforms, the movie will be later available on Netflix, followed by Disney+ and Hulu.