One of its biggest movies of the year, Venom 2, is expected to premiere in 2020, topping Sony Pictures’ release of several major movies. The rapid spread of coronavirus in the past three months has caused seismic changes in all global industries, including the entertainment industry.
The immediate impact of Coronovirus on Hollywood has been seen in the postponement or outright cancellation of several blockbuster films, with smaller titles skipping theaters and coming home. From No Time to Die to Wonder Woman 1984 and Black Widow, some of the long-awaited films of 2020 are now not in action.
The release date of the Venom 2:
‘Venom 2’ was set to release on October 2, 2020, this year. However, the surrounding pandemic has delayed this blockbuster film and it will now be released next year on June 25, 2021. One of the few blockbusters fans were eagerly awaiting this year. The creators of the famous film revealed its title: Venom: Let There Be Carnage ‘in their published teasers, which has raised the enthusiasm of the audience to another level.
The storyline of the upcoming Venom 2:
As we watch this season, we can see many more scenes in the sequel. Very little thought is given to this story. However, Matt Tolmach (creator of Venom and Venom 2) commented that the sequel could focus on the relationship between Eddie and Venom.
Also, in the most recent film, Cletus Cassady (Woody Harrelson) was transferred to the barbarian villain, Carnage. So we can expect to see Harrelson with a role in the movie. The new manager, Andy Serkis, made a statement that the film would be a “piece of paranormal cinema”, although no additional details of the plot were shown.
The cast members of the Venom 2:
- Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock / Venom
- Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady / Carnage
- Michelle Williams as Anne Weying
- Reid Scott as Dan Lewis
- Naomie Harris as Shriek
- Stephen Graham
- Sean Delaney