What do we know so far about Venom 2?

With Tom Hardy one and only, Sony’s take on Venom was an interpretation of the storey of a Marvel superhero, action-packed and stupidly big-screen. And if you had the pleasure to observe Mr Hardy in 2018 become a terrifying extraterrestrial, then that is all right! Later this year, a sequel will head to the big screen.

The Venom sequel, officially called Venom: Let There Be Carnage, was revealed in April 2020. Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be screened at cinemas in the United Kingdom on 15 September 2021 and in the US on 24 September. The release was previously planned for 2 October 2020 but was delayed owing to the coronavirus pandemic.

Tom Hardy is, of course, returning as Eddie Brock / Venom — but who else will be joining him?

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Woody Harrelson is playing Venom’s next foe, Cletus Kasady / Carnage, and Michelle Williams represses her role as Anne Weying. This Is England actor Stephen Graham is also in the cast, while Reid Scott (Dr Dan Lewis) will also star.

Naomie Harris is also appearing and has been linked to Venom: Let There Be Carnage as Shriek — she revealed back in October 2019 that she was in negotiations to play the character.

The sequel will be chaired by Andy Serkis, while the director of the 2018 original will be Zombieland’s, Ruben Fleischer. No details of the company plot were yet published.

Director Andy Serkis has been kept tight, saying in 2019, “I can not say anything to you at the moment. I’m in the early stages, but I have clear insights into what I want to see visually and how we can get people to another dimension.”

While Venom: Let Be Carnage might be a spider man crossover, producer Matt Tolmach said that Venom/Eddie would remain the centre of attention in the upcoming movie.

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