Venom: Let There Be Carnage promises to do things right and reassures (or not) thanks to its well-stamped first trailer.
After being rescheduled several times, Venom: Let There Be Carnage now appears on the 2021 blockbuster calendar. Indeed, the sequel to Venom, a real hit in theaters with no less than $ 855 million at the box office worldwide for a budget of 100 million dollars (excluding promotion) in the world, returns to the vast field of superheroes in the cinema with a very symbiote trailer.
In these first images, we find Tom Hardy still as a barge because of the symbiote. Still, above all, the trailer is an opportunity to learn more about Cletus Kasady, alias Carnage. Guided by the voice-over of comedian Woody Harrelson, the trailer portends an enemy as crazy as Spider-Man’s great adversary. We should also expect a Shriek in great shape and attest to the actress Naomie Harris in a full madness crisis.
Ultimately, Andy Serkis ‘ sparing staging could be the opportunity for Sony to definitely launch its Spider-Verse (officially called the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters), though Marvel continues to direct. Spider-Man (with the agreement between the two studios), namely Spider-Man: No Way Home, announced on December 15, 2021, in France.
According to the latest news, the Venom versus Carnage duel would be scheduled in France from October 20, 2021 (for now), while Morbius will land in France on January 15, 2022. In the meantime, you can find our review of the very disappointing Venom