Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage, the film directed by Andy Serkis, will bring back Tom Hardy as the beloved symbiote who saves the world on his own terms. On this occasion, he will face a fierce and unstoppable threat: Carnage.
Certainly, this battle is one of the biggest draws in the film from fans who expect large doses of action. To your bad luck, Sony Pictures it could push back the release date of the feature film again.
Venom 2 was scheduled to launch on October 2, 2020, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, Vulture reports that it could postpone its arrival in theaters until 2022 due to low box office records for other productions.
According to the specialized media, the film could replace Morbius’ release date, January 21, 2022. The film starring Jared Leto would have no choice but to be delayed indefinitely.
What is Venom 2: let there be Carnage about?
At the moment there is no official synopsis. What is known is that the protagonist will face Carnage (Kletus Casady), played by Woody Harrelson. The villain is also known to look very different from the post-credit scenes in his prequel.
As for his origin, it is known that Casady was already a ruthless and bloodthirsty killer from before obtaining the crimson symbiote. This psychopathy was acquired from childhood, as a result of the mistreatment suffered by his grandmother.
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