Venom 2 Updates: Sony officially keeps back Venom: Let There Be Carnage to September 2021, pushing forth the release date of Tom Hardy’s superhero movie back three months.
Sony officially keeps back Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s launch a few months to September 2021. After defragmenting Spider-Man once more on the big screen & successfully tying Tom Holland’s version to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony’s dreams of an extensive franchise started to take shape.
Tom Hardy agreed to star in Venom & plays wildly popular symbiote-powered Marvel anti-hero. To the surprise, the many, Venom was a global hit & made over $850 million despite mixed reviews.
The success of Venom pushed forth Sony to develop more Spider-Man villain offshoot, but the most anticipated title is Venom 2. The sequel was satirized in the original’s post-credits scene, where Woody Harrelson looked as Cletus Kasady to tease Carnage’s look in the next segment.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s title clarifies that Carnage would play a central role in whatever comes next, but fans should have patience for a long time for the sequel. Unfortunately, the wait for Venom 2 has now developed into a bit longer.
Sony notified that Venom: Let There Be Carnage has been delayed to September 17, 2021. The movie was previously set to be out on June 25, 2021, which only became its release date after an 8th-month delay from an original release date in October 2020.
Venom 2 Delayed
The new delay for Venom: Let There Be Carnage is something many have been expected. Universal Pictures made the announcement earlier this year that F9 was kept back to June 25, which all but promises Venom 2 would move out on the same date.
The first Venom was a massive hit, but it is smart for Sony to not challenge the popular action franchise. The Fast & Furious movie routinely gross nearly $1 billion & are popular around the world. With the theatrical exhibition business just starting to regain after COVID-19 shutdowns, getting distance from other major tentpoles and letting the market grow more should benefit Sony and Venom 2 financially.
Even though Venom: Let There Be Carnage has been pushed back, that release note of the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters hasn’t changed. The sequence is still going to come out before Spider-Man: No Way Home – possibly due to a Holland cameo in Venom 2 – and before Morbius.
The only other downside to the late for fans beyond waiting longer for the movie itself could be tied to a longer wait for the 1st trailer.
Fans are very anxious to see what director Andy Serkis had made and get a tease of Venom and Carnage fighting in live-action. There is a chance Sony will catch on releasing the Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer even longer now.
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