More footage from the upcoming Sony sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage has been revealed in a new Venom: Let There Be Carnage movie teaser, which features Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock.
A new trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage has been released. Tom Hardy reprises his role as Eddie Brock, a journalist who becomes the host of an extraterrestrial symbiote that transforms him into the eponymous head-chomping anti-hero in the sequel to 2018’s Venom. Woody Harrelson’s Cletus Kasady, who is the alter-ego of Venom’s most renowned enemy, Carnage, was introduced in the Venom movie post-credits sequence. The sequence set the setup for Venom and Carnage to face off in the sequel, and when Sony revealed the Venom: Let There Be Carnage movie title last year, it all but guaranteed fans will be treated to a fight like this. At the same time as the unveiling of the title,Sony also delayed the sequel due to the COVID-19 pandemic; it’s currently set to hit theaters in late September.
Early, unauthorised glances at Harrelson’s Cletus Kasady were revealed in set photographs and videos from the Venom sequel’s development, featuring a new hairdo, which differed from the post-credits sequence. The official Venom: Let There Be Carnage movie trailer, on the other hand, shows what Carnage might look like in real life. Aside from Carnage, the teaser focused on Eddie and Venom’s friendship, which was one of the highlights of the original film. As the premiere of the Venom sequel approaches, Sony has released a new trailer for the sequel.
Early, unauthorised views at Harrelson’s Cletus Kasady were revealed in set photographs and videos from work on the Venom sequel, featuring a new hairdo, which differed from the post-credits sequence. The official Venom: Let There Be Carnage movie trailer, on the other hand, showed how Carnage would seem in real life. Aside from Carnage, the teaser emphasised Eddie and Venom’s friendship, which was a standout in the first film. Sony has released a new trailer for the Venom sequel as the release date approaches.
Eddie and Venom’s interaction is explored more in the teaser, with the two continuing ironing out the wrinkles in their relationship as Eddie urges Venom to be less aggressive while Venom wants Eddie to be more proactive (and eat people’s heads). The new Venom 2 teaser, however, focuses just as much, if not more, on Harrelson’s Carnage. Carnage’s origins and abilities are revealed in further detail, and Venom’s response to him being a red symbiote reveals a new part of the alien’s past. The original Venom film included symbiotes that were black, silver, blue, and yellow, thus a red symbiote has yet to be shown in the Venom world, which is surprising given Carnage’s lethal abilities. They appear to be more strong when they evade bullets and have a variety of spiky weaponry. Cletus’ metamorphosis into Carnage differs from Venom’s in that Harrelson’s face twists into the symbiote, whilst Venom encases Eddie in a protective shell.
The Let There Be Carnage teaser contains more footage of new Marvel comics villain Shriek (Naomie Harris), who has a love involvement with Cletus in the books, in addition to Carnage and Venom. Shriek’s role in Venom: Let There Be Carnage is unknown, however she certainly leaves Ravencroft with Cletus, as seen by a scene of the two of them exiting the burning building, and the film looks to be altering their connection. But, other from some video demonstrating her abilities, it’s unclear what to anticipate from Shriek in the film. The Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer, on the other hand, lays the setup for a massive confrontation between Venom and Carnage.