The trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the sequel to the 2018 film, is out, and it’s a beast. Carnage or its alter-ego, represented by Woody Harrelson, encounters Tom Hardy’s tentacular anti-hero avatar. Andy Serkis directs the picture, which also features Michelle Williams‘ comeback. According to reports, the film will be released on September 24, and the teaser indicates that it will be released this autumn in theatres near you. check out the trailer below.
The second trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage is supposed to be more serious than the first, which started with a comic breakfast scene that was rather unpleasant for everyone. We first meet Eddie Brock ( Tom Hardy ), who struggles to follow his symbiote teammate’s predatory instincts, while the second half of the video focuses on Cletus Kasady ( Woody Harrelson ), a serial killer who transforms into the entity Carnage when he comes into contact with the symbiote in his blood. check out the first trailer for Venom 2.
More serious in tone, with several shots at the Ravencroft Asylum, where part of the story will take place and where we will also encounter Shriek ( Naomie Harris ), the trailer does not forget a comedic response between Brock and his symbiote; we will leave it to you to assess the outcome. Venom: Let There Be Carnage, directed by Andy Serkis, will be released in cinemas on October 20.