Venom: Let There Be Carnage Trailer Teases Chaos, Comedy
The primary rule of the Venom sequel is “No Consuming Individuals.”
That’s the opening word within the first trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Sony Photos’ follow-up to the surprisingly entertaining 2018 movie that launched Tom Hardy as rogue journalist Eddie Brock, who turns into the reluctant host of the eternally hungry, violence-prone alien symbiote Venom.
Scheduled to hit theaters — and solely in theaters — in September, Venom: Let There Be Carnage brings Hardy again as Eddie, who has apparently reached some type of home détente with Venom for the reason that occasions of the primary movie. The opening scene of the trailer options Venom messily making ready breakfast for Eddie whereas singing alongside to Let’s Name the Entire Factor Off — a really on-the-nose ode to the coexistence of two conflicting personalities.
Directed by Andy Serkis (sure, that Andy Serkis), Venom: Let There Be Carnage pits Eddie and Venom in opposition to one more symbiote-enhanced villain, with Woody Harrelson reprising his Venom post-credits debut as serial killer Cletus Kasady. The movie attracts inspiration from Marvel Comics’ Most Carnage story arc, which has Venom try and cease the murderous rampage of Carnage, a symbiote who bonded with Cletus and gave the already psychotic assassin a big energy improve.
Very similar to the story within the comics, the movie reportedly has Carnage recruit the highly effective, unstable villain Shriek to hitch him in his killing spree, with Naomie Harris portraying the topic of Cletus’ twisted romantic obsession. Harris will be seen within the trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, too.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage was initially scheduled to premiere in October 2020, however was one in every of many high-profile movies to have its launch date pushed again attributable to widespread theater closures because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. In contrast to a few of these movies, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is betting on a full reopening of theaters by September. The trailer signifies it’ll solely be out there to audiences prepared to threat a visit to the native cineplex to see it, versus providing a streaming possibility for film followers in areas with increased coronavirus threat or questionable COVID-19 security measures in place.