Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the sequel to the Venom series starring Tom Hardy, announced its decision to postpone despite the impatient audience.
Sad news from the highly anticipated movie ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’! Once again, it was announced that the vision date has changed.
Another sad news came from Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the second movie of the anti-hero Venom, whose first movie was released in 2018. The film, which first announced its vision date as September 24, 2021, was postponed to October 15, 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The release date of the highly anticipated movie has been changed again. The release date of the movie has been postponed to January 21, 2022.
The first movie, released in 2018, grossed $856 million at the worldwide box office. Delayed to 2022, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is directed by Andy Serkis. Woody Harrelson is returning to the series as Cletus Kasady, in addition to Tom Hardy, Naomie Harris, Michelle Williams, and Reid Scott. Kelly Marcel wrote the script for the movie.
Venom: Let There be Carnage release date now clear
The release date of Venom: Let There be Carnage has almost turned into a snake story. The production, which could not enter the vision and remained in the focus of rumors, began to lose its excitement. Afraid of the COVID-19 outbreak, Sony finally made its final decision for the movie.
The studio, which released the poster of the highly anticipated production, gave the good news to its fans. Venom: Let There be Carnage, allegedly postponed to 2022, will be released this year.
The fact that the movie, which is expected to be released in January 2022, will come earlier, caused joy in the fans. According to some sources, Sony really wanted to delay the next production of Venom. However, the studio, which conducted an opinion poll, reviewed its decision after the backlash.
While the poster of the movie has been revealed, the release date has also been determined. The production, which will tell about Venom’s struggle with Carnage, will definitely be released on October 15. Thus, the fourth postponement claims were crowned. The industry, which is trying to take action against the Delta variant, is in a very difficult situation due to fan reactions. Venom: Let There be Carnage, which has seen the effects of this, will no longer deliver sad news.
The series, which was criticized after the first movie, wants to make up for it with its second production. Although the cast didn’t agree with the comments, the fan reactions weren’t too heartbreaking, unfortunately. The producer studio, which was in the dark, decided to work with important names especially to increase the quality.
The movie stars Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams and J. K. Simmons. Andy Serkis will be the director of the production. The master director is known for his successful performance, especially in productions with intense visual effects.