Ever since our childhood days, we have been a fan of numerous superheroes like Spiderman, Black Widow, Hulk, Iron Man, among others. A lot of these are a creation of marvel comics. Marvel superheroes have a huge and loyal fan base throughout the world. Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a series of films based on Marvel superhero characters.
The latest addition to this list will be Andy Serkis’ latest directorial venture – Venom: Let There be Carnage, based on Marvel’s most complex yet most loved character, Venom. This superhero film is tentatively slated to release in cinemas in October 2021.
Expected Release Date
Thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the much-awaited film of the MCU has faced numerous postponements of its release date. Moreover, due to the rise of the Delta variant, which surged the COVID cases in the country, it was assumed that the film would be released in 2022. However, Sony Pictures confirmed that these rumors are baseless, and the film will hit the theatres as per schedule in October 2021.
With the release date fast approaching, the makers are excited about the return of the Marvel superhero to big screens. But then again, if the cases continue to rise alarmingly in the country, possibly, the makers might delay the release.
After ‘Free Guy managed to stand tall against all the odds and went on to be a hit among the masses, it is presumed that Venom: Let There be Carnage may prove to be successful too. Nevertheless, the fate of the film hangs in the balance, and only time will tell whether the film will find its way to the cinema or will have to wait for some more time.
After the supposed death of Venom in 2018, the famous investigative journalist Eddie Brock resumes his work as a journalist. However, he later realizes that he is still acting as host to the alien symbiote Venom. He struggles to balance his life as a superhuman lethal vigilante and an ordinary investigative journalist. Believing him to be dangerous, finding work was a tough task for him. Somehow, he managed to keep his career alive by interviewing a serial killer, Cletus Kasady.
However, things went south when Carnage, the arch-rival of Venom, decides to use Kasady’s body as a host. Then, after a failed execution, Cletus escapes from prison and sets out to wreak havoc in the city.
The prevailing coronavirus stopped or delayed the release of numerous films, and Venom: Let There be Carnage is no exception. Fans of the MCU are eagerly waiting for the film’s release, and with each delayed date, their expectations are reaching new heights. The first film was a blockbuster, and the trailer of the sequel looks promising.
It will be interesting to see whether the makers will deliver what they promised or whether the film will turn out to be a disaster at the box office. As of now, the Tom hardy starrer is slated to release on October 15, 2021. Stay tuned for more updates.