The release of Venom: Carnage’s Fury, continuously postponed in recent months and set for October 15, has now been moved forward to October 1, thanks to the excellent box office success of Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
With the release of the latest Marvel movie on Labor Day weekend, Sony’s top executives were convinced to release Venom 2 at the beginning of October, seeing the response of the public and the tranquility in going to the cinema with the vaccine carried out, distancing in the seats and mask.
Venom: Carnage’s Fury has been brought forward to October 1st
One of the most anticipated films by cinecomic fans has further changed the date, but this time for the better. After yet another postponement a month ago for Venom: Carnage’s Fury, now Sony has decided to bring forward the release date from 15 October to 1 October.
The decision was made, as Deadline reports, after the excellent box office debut of Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which brought $ 90 million to Marvel, exceeding all expectations due mainly to the pandemic. For this reason Sony has decided to bring the release date forward by two weeks, confident that the public is ready to return to the cinema, despite the current restrictions, for the long-awaited sequel to Venom.
The first film, released in 2018 and directed by, after a not too enthusiastic reception from critics, achieved the second best premiere record in October with a debut of 80 million dollars, prompting fans to clamor for the realization of a sequel, entrusted to the direction of Andy Serkis.
The sequel, which will see the return of Tom Hardy as the protagonist Eddie Brock / Venom clash with Kletus Kasady played by Woody Harrelson, is getting closer and in the meantime we can enjoy again the incredible full trailer of the film, arriving on October 1st in cinemas.