A terrifying combination of horror and superheroes, Venom 2 is set to hit the big screen this September.
Sony Pictures drops the official trailer for the long-awaited “Venom” sequel on Monday, May 10—along with its new villain, Carnage.
In the trailer, fans get a sneak peek at the red symbiote character from the comics, briefly introduced at the end of the first “Venom” film, released in 2018.
"Soon come chaos." 👅— IGN (@IGN) May 10, 2021
Check out the toothy new poster for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and watch our exclusive trailer breakdown with director Andy Serkis here: https://t.co/qgv1ox1sG6 pic.twitter.com/TeTwindNJN
Synopsis: Cletus Kasady, portrayed by Woody Harrelson, a crazed serial killer, survives a lethal injection in prison, which appears to awaken the symbiote inside of him and transforms him into Carnage. He and Tom Hardy, whose character Eddie Brock has made some peace with his alter-ego Venom, battle it out in a massive symbiote showdown (variety.com).
Venom: Let There Be Carnage director Andy Serkis says Cletus Kasady's change in appearance from the 2018 post-credits scene reflects the character's darkness and the changes he's gone through. https://t.co/yvpg23497L pic.twitter.com/NLZfmGbsZH— IGN (@IGN) May 10, 2021
Initially scheduled for October 2020, the film has been delayed several times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most recently getting pushed back one week from September 17 to September 24.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will premier in cinemas this coming September 24.
Watch trailer below.