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Venom Let There Be Carnage trailer reveals singing symbiote

Venom Let There Be Carnage trailer reveals singing symbiote

Watch Venom 2 : Let There Be Carnage's first trailer, which is full of … Mon, 10 May 2021 09:00:00 -0700-Eddie Brock and Venom, who has a wonderfully deep and gravelly singing voice, will face off against their alien-empowered serial killer nemesis.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer reveals singing symbiote, Cletus Kasady chaos

Venom returns in Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Sony Pictures

The first trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage dropped Monday, giving us a taste of the symbiote anti-hero's second adventure. Following on directly from the 2018 original's post-credits scene, the sequel will pit Eddie Brock and his gooey alien buddy against fellow symbiote Carnage.

The Andy Serkis-directed movie comes out Sept. 24.

The trailer gives us our first look at Carnage, who's the combination of Venom's spawn and the serial killer Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson). It also shows Eddie and Venom living in domestic bliss — or, well, as close as it can be. (“Yummy!”)

Spider-Man fans might notice that Stephen Graham's character is reading the Daily Bugle, while Shriek (Naomie Harris) — Kasady's girlfriend in the comics — is seemingly being held in Ravencroft. Both the newspaper and mental institute show up regularly in Spidey's adventures, rather than Venom's.

Even though Spidey was Venom's nemesis in the early days of his comic career, the first movie wasn't connected to the wallcrawler or the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's possible the inclusion of the Bugle and Ravencroft is hinting that the sequel will have closer ties to Spidey, or maybe they're just nods to Venom's comic history. In the MCU, the Bugle showed up in Spider-Man: Far From Home, but as an online news outlet. It's unclear if there's a print edition.


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Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer reveals singing symbiote … Mon, 10 May 2021 09:00:00 -0700-Woody Harrelson's serial-killer host Cletus Kasady is at the front of the first trailer for the Venom sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage. It's also full of all the Tom …

Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s trailer lets there be lots of Carnage

May 10, 2021

Eddie Brock and his symbiote companion [Eminem voice] Vennnuuumm are back and just as weird as before in the first trailer for Venom: Let Their Be Carnage. Along with our hero, the teaser gives us our first look at Carnage, Venom’s red symbiote counterpart who’s hellbent on causing chaos and destruction.

While the first trailer for the original movie was filled with unintentional comedy — including a tongue that set the internet on fire — this one seems to be a little bit more aware of its jokes. In fact, the first movie’s best moment may have been Tom Hardy’s improvised scuba diving trip into a fish tank, which seems like the slap-stick style that sequel director Andy Serkis is leaning towards. Also back is Tom Hardy’s excellent Jekyll and Hyde routine, as both Eddie and Venom.

The trailer also makes Carnage look like a slightly more imposing villain than Riz Ahmed’s Venom clone, Riot, from the first movie. We also get a sizable introduction to Carnage’s host, Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson in an red wig that’s at least as scary as a serial killer symbiote), a convicted serial killer who seems to be bloodthirsty enough to fuel all of Carnage’s most deadly and destructive impulses.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage was originally supposed to debut in Oct. 2020, however, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the film was delayed until June 25, 2021. In March, the movie was delayed again — thanks in part to F9 being moved to June 25 as well — and is now set to be released on Sept. 24.


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– May 10, 2021