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Venom 2: Hardy battles new villain Carnage played by Woody Harrelson

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Marvel fans get hyped with sequel finally here

Eddie Brock played once more by Tom Hardy is back.  The first “Venom” film released in 2018 only briefly introduced the audience to the character from the Marvel comics.  

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This time around we see Brock come to embrace his alter-ego / Venom symbiote. Hilariously, even while learning to cook breakfast, where he attempts to stave off the need for human flesh in lieu of chocolate, as seen in the trailer below. 

The just over 2 minute clip is jammed packed with the absurdity, mystery, violence and gore!

On par for the pandemic course, many films, including this one “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” was originally scheduled for October 2020, then set for this summer. After multiple delays, Sony has now cemented its current release for the fall for September 24, 2021, only in theaters. 

As the subtitle of the movie underscores…Real Carnage is here 

Thus, enter the villain, Cletus Kasady, a crazed serial killer played by Woody Harrelson who continues where the first movie left off, imprisioned.  What Eddie and Cletus have in common, don’t worry, not really a spoiler, we will most likely see the breakdown of how his character becomes a symbiote host that transforms him into Carnage. In the clip it looks like his reaction to the chemicals pumped into him, meant for his execution, play a major role. 

The trailer also teases a glimpse Shriek who is being held as the Ravencroft Institute (akin to Arkham Aslym). Her mutant powers allow her to manipulate sound energy in powerful and dangerous ways, firing off blasts of sounds. And symbiote, like Venom, are vulnerable to sound, and we can presume she plays the villain in Eddie Brock’s world (and possibly Carnage). 

The film also stars Michelle Williams, Reid Scott and Naomie Harrie. 

Check out the official trailer:

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