The official trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage has dropped online – and it looks as brutal and funny as we expected it to be.
Sony Pictures’ forthcoming sequel is less than two months from release, so it’s high time we got another look at the anti-hero comic book flick, offering fans another great look at Carnage in Venom 2, also packed with new footage landing on Sony’s social media channels.
Check out the Venom and Carnage Statue from China.
Just as select IMAX theaters in China received a Venom statue for the first movie, select theaters are also receiving a Carnage statue for Venom: Let There be Carnage! pic.twitter.com/YPbOpaRfbr
— TheVenomSite #NoSpoilers (@thevenomsite) July 30, 2021
In the 2nd Official trailer of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, we have a glimpse of DailyBugle. Earlier in the 2018 film, Venom Eddie lost his job with the MNBN as he confronts Life Foundation CEO Carlton Drake about the trials, leading to both Brock and Weying losing their jobs. Consequently, Weying ends their relationship, so it stands to reason he won’t be returning there. Of course, another major Marvel publication is actually a long-established rival of the Globe: the Daily Bugle. Run by none other than J. Jonah Jameson.
The newspaper is an iconic aspect of Spidey and Venom’s world in the comics. So Cletus Kasady wants Eddie Brock to interview him, so he uses The DailyBugle news agency. Also, MCU featured in the post-credit scene of Spiderman Far From Home, with Sam Raimi’s iconic J. K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson, which confirms both Marvel And Sony are using DailyBugle, So both are in the same Universe?
Is Venom In The MCU Timeline?
Well, it’s complicated, but will be revealed soon, as Sony’s Morbius has already teased Spider-man as Murderer, clearly showing the connection from Spiderman Far From Home’s event where Mysterio frames Spider-Man for the drone attack and his death, exposing Spider-Man’s secret identity to the world, which also confirms Morbius will take place after Far From Home, so from all these Easter Eggs we can say Venom is also a part of MCU but currently not in the same universe but.
Thanks to Sylvie for restoring Multiverse, as because of that, Sony will find a clear path to properly introduce Venom to MCU’s Spider-man as they are arch enemies of each other.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
It will feature plenty of returning characters from the first film and a few crucial additions, including Frances Barrison, a.k.a. host of the symbiote Shriek. Tom Hardy returns to star as Eddie Brock, while Woody Harrelson is back as Cletus Kasady, aka Carnage, after a cameo in Venom’s post-credits scene. Michelle Williams is also returning as Anne Weying, Eddie’s love interest, and She-Venom. Naomie Harris leads Venom 2’s cast of new characters, as she’ll play Frances Barrison, a.k.a. Shriek.
Venom 2 has been confirmed for a UK release date of 15th September 2021, having been put back a little under a year from its initial schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It won’t be out in the US until the 24th of September.