this new extract reveals Carnage in all its forms (video)

With a first mixed success in terms of criticism, Venom had to correct the situation through a second part dedicated to the adventures of Eddie Brock. Named for the occasion Venom : Let There Be Carnage, this next film hints at action, violence, and above all a lot of Carnage with a new extract!

When Carnage makes noise

The novelty of this brand new opus lies in the presence of Carnage. Now familiar with Tom Hardy and the character the actor plays, as well as with the symbiote that lives inside him, we can finally move forward in terms of the scenario.

A year after his first adventures, Eddie Brock will then have to face Carnage. This new symbiote will reside in a host of choice, a serial killer named Cletus Kasasy. For comic book fans, Carnage is known as the archenemy of our dear Venom.

A box in sight?

After the excellent recipes generated by Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, fans have every right to expect a lot from this brand new film. To make your mouth water, discover a new extract centered on the terrible Carnage.

Postponed due to pandemic, Venom : Let There Be Carnage is now planned for October 20 in France. With this film, Sony aims to impose a little more its Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters.

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