Venom: Carnage’s fury shows itself with a new commercial

Venom: Carnage’s Wrath (Venom: Let there be Carnage), the sequel to Sony’s standalone film dedicated to the Marvel symbiont, is shown with a new adrenaline-pumping IMAX spot entitled “Pressure” which you can find below.

The promotional campaign of the film, therefore, becomes more and more alive as we are getting closer and closer to the debut of the film in cinemas.

Venom release date: Carnage’s Wrath

In fact, the release date of Venom 2, after constant postponements, it was recently brought forward to next October 1st thanks to the excellent box office success of Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Venom 2 details and synopsis

The film, which will be directed by Andy Serkis, will see the return of Tom Hardy in the role of the double role Eddie Brock / Venom, which they will join Michelle Williams as Anne Weying, Woody Harrelson plays Cletus Kasady, aka Carnage, while Naomie Harris (Moonlight) plays the villain Shriek.

More than a year after having “embraced” the bond with the alien symbiote that transformed it into the anti-hero we all know, a true lethal protector, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is ready to resume his career in investigative journalism interviewing serial killer Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) in prison to find out where the bodies of his victims are buried.

But when Kasady himself becomes the host of another more ferocious and dangerous symbiote that elevates the psychosis of the cold killer to maximum power, Venom will find himself dealing with a real blood-red killing machine with no conscience.

The unexpected success of Venom

The first film, released in 2018 and directed by Ruben Fleischer, after a not too exciting reception from critics, he achieved the second best premiere record of October with a debut of 80 million dollars, prompting fans to clamor for the realization of a sequel, then entrusted to the direction of Andy Serkis.

What do you think? Have you seen the first movie? Let us know with your comment below.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *