It seems that our old pal Eddie aka Venom, has to wait long to hit screens.
Previously set to release this year in October, the film, like other biggies, has delayed its release to the next year, around June 2021. That also brings in some news about the new title of the film which is, Venom 2: Let there be Carnage.
What can we expect to see in Venom 2?
From the new title, we can expect to see more of Carnage in the upcoming movie. As we have already had a brief encounter with Carnage in the previous movie, we can expect to see more of Carnage, why is he here, his history, and what our friend Venom has to do with him.
Sadly there is no official trailer or teaser of the movie. But once the effect of the pandemic subsides, we hope to see the trailer. We’ll get to you with the trailer once it is released.
Previously in Venom(Spoiler Alert!!)
A probe belonging to the bio-engineering corporation Life Foundation discovers a comet immersed in symbiotic lifeforms and returns to Earth with four samples. One of the symbiotic lifeforms escapes and causes the ship to crash in Malaysia.
Journalist Eddie Brock finds out about the human trials carried out in Life Foundation. He finds a highly classified document possessed by his fiancée Anne Weying, who worked as an attorney for the Life Foundation. Brock confronts Life Foundation CEO Carlton Drake about the trials, resulting in both Brock and Weying losing their jobs, and Weying ending their relationship.
Six months later, Brock is approached by Dora Skirth, one of Drake’s scientists, who wants to expose him. In their attempt to expose Drake, Dora is killed, and Brock finds himself in a parasitic relationship with Venom. Slowly, they develop an improbable yet incredible relationship.
The upcoming movie will star:
- Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock / Venom
- Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady / Carnage
- Michelle Williams as Anne Weying
- Reid Scott as Dan Lewis
- Naomie Harris as Shriek
in the lead roles.