Sony is developing the world of Spider-Man movies, but they are not using Spider-Man himself right now. This is because of Spider-Man still being in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, at least until after Spider-Man: No Way Home. However, once Sony stopped focusing on Spider-Man, they hit a big one with Venom. Now, there is a
The Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer hit and showed a new symbiote. Carnage, the spawn of Venom that bonded to serial killer Cletus Kasady, became a killing machine. For movie fans, it is important to know that the spawn born from other symbiotes are always more powerful than their parents. In Marvel Comics, Venom
Don’t expect Venom to be meeting Spider-Man on screen just yet…but also don’t rule it out. As the new trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage hits, it once more ignites the fan theories of whether or not Sony’s Spider-Man-themed films can cross over into the main MCU. Director Andy Serkis has stated that while
As with any Spider-Man-themed movie, the new trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage is packed with some intriguing Easter Eggs for fans. But there are also hints that Woody Harrelson’s Carnage isn’t the only villain in the film, and the other foes might add to the challenges Tom Hardy’s anti-hero faces. Who is Venom?
Carnage is about to reign. Sony has finally released the first teaser trailer for the Venom sequel Let There Be Carnage which promises a brutal fight between Tom Hardy’s symbiotic anti-hero and Woody Harrelson’s serial killer, who becomes an even worse creature. Venom’s return 2018’s Venom was a surprise smash hit with Hardy as Eddie
Sony already moved its Spider-Man spinoff Morbius from its 2021 release to early in 2022 and now it has also moved Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The good news is that the Venom sequel is still coming out in 2021, but it will be at the end of summer rather than the start of summer.