The movie will be released two weeks before its original release date. This has happened again, but this time the date has been forwarded to October 1 from October 15. This is the official release date in the US, the official release date for the UK is still unknown.
Earlier, there were many speculations that the release date of Venom: Part 2 can be pushed till 2022 and that it might get released in September 2020, and as you can see, the release date got pushed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But here we are with the movie getting released at the starting of October. Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a second addition to the Venom movie series and is one of this year’s most highly anticipated movies.
Release Two weeks Earlier because of Shang-Chi?
This weekend did prove fruitful for Marvel Studios. After an enormous collection of $90M on Labor Day with the huge success of Legend of Ten Rings and Shang-Chi, Marvel and Sony decided to forward the release dates. The movie will now release on October 1, 2021, on PLF, 3D, and all IMAX screens. From Wednesday, the tickets will be available for sale. This is rare for a movie to get its release date forwarded instead of getting delayed.
If Venom: Part 2 would have been released on October 15, then there would be a box office fight between Halloween Kills and Venom Part 2. Now, with Venom Part 2 coming earlier, the rest of the month will surely be full of blockbusters.
Tom Hardy stars as Eddie Brock, a journalist, and Michelle William; she is his ex-wife. Venom: Let There Be Carnage shows Eddie changing into an alien who loves chocolates. Don’t think that this is a cute monster as it likes chocolates. No, he isn’t, as he has lethal abilities that are dangerous for mankind. This is a Sony and Marvel film.
Cletus Kasady, the killer in the movie, is played by Woody Harrelson. He also played this role in Venom, which was released in 2018. Naomie Harris, James Bond fame, is a new addition, and she is playing the role of Shriek, the villain.
The movie’s storyline hasn’t been yet revealed, but there’s a possibility that we’ll be witnessing Shriek and Cletus going on a murder spree. The Venom movies are based on Marvel Comics, and as seeing that, we can just guess the plot. Much can’t be said about the plot at this point in time. One thing is for sure that this movie won’t disappoint you. This can be said with such surety as Venom was a commercial hit.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is rated PG-13, so there are high expectations from the box office. The movie will tell a new origin story for Carnage and also brings back Tom Hardy in the role of Venom. For more details, stay tuned to our website, and don’t forget to mark the date of October 1 on your calendars.