Venom Sequel ‘Let There Be Carnage’ Reveals First Trailer (VIDEO)
After months of waiting, the first trailer for Marvel and Sony Pictures’ Venom sequel has finally been revealed. Officially titled Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the new footage shows off a bit of the bizarre everyday life of Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) since bonding with the ravenous symbiote, as well as a few new looks at actor Woody Harrelson as the film’s murderous villain Cletus Kasady, a.k.a. Carnage.
Judging from the footage, Venom: Let There Be Carnage picks up sometime after the original movie’s post-credits scene, which brought Eddie face to face with Harrelson as Kasady for the first time. While that first interaction didn’t feature the villain’s horrific transformation into Carnage, fans will definitely see it this next time around as the new trailer features a few small snippets of the red symbiote in all his live-action glory. Check it out below.
The idea of seeing Venom and Carnage on the big screen together is surely an exciting one as the two characters have long been linked to one another in the pages of Marvel Comics. An alien offspring of Eddie Brock’s Venom, Carnage’s reign of terror began as the enhanced symbiote bonded with serial murderer Cletus Kasady, the killer combination creating one of the most dangerous villains of the Marvel universe. While Venom and Carnage have often featured as allies, Kasady’s chaotic thirst for blood has also pitted the two as adversaries as well.
Since premiering and subsequently becoming a massive success in 2018, a sequel to Venom has been primed for a theatrical release later this year. However, as the global pandemic continued to shift the movie landscape, the sequel’s premiere – let alone a trailer – has been often called into question. With the reveal of this new footage, Venom: Let There Be Carnage definitely looks promising as Tom Hardy returns as Venom alongside Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Woody Harrelson, and director Andy Serkis.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage releases in theaters on September 24th.
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