Directed by Andy Serkis, Venom 2 will release in 2022. The sequel to 2018’s Venom was a huge box office success despite unfavorable reviews. Tom Hardy returns as Eddie Brock, and Woody Harrelson stars as Cletus Kasady/Carnage. Other cast members include Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Reid Scott, Stephen Graham, and Peggy Lu.
Venom 2 Latest Updates:
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is delayed for the second time by Sony, which will now be releasing on a new release date in 2022.
Venom’s first movie release in 2018 was poorly received by critics, but the excitement has built steadily for the sequel. Fans are especially anticipating the live-action debut of Carnage, another fan-favorite Marvel villain.
Venom 2 is expected to introduce characters like Morbius and Kraven the Hunter, who will eventually have their own films in Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man Universe. The release was delayed several times due to the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdowns in theater production.
Although previously set for October 15, 2021, sources say that the film’s premiere will be moved to a new January 21, 2022 date. Morbius is currently slated for a July 31 release date. Sony is reportedly waiting to announce the new release schedule until after CinemaCon has concluded.
While Sony has not announced its reasons for pushing the Venom release date, it is likely to be due to concerns that box office returns could drop in a fall season. Regardless of the latest reports, Venom 2 will still be releasing in October. Other films like Dune, No Time to Die, and Top Gun: Maverick are slated to drop on their original autumn release dates.
It’s unclear why Sony decided not to change its schedule for Spider-Man: No Way Home as well, but there is always a possibility that it plans to get an extra boost from the movie when it drops on December 17th.
The multiple delays are unfortunate for fans who have already had to be patient, but they’ll have to wait once again. Sony has announced big plans for their Spider-Man Universe. The first film to open up the franchise is Let There Be Carnage, which technically started with Venom.
The delay may provide some promising momentum for Spider-Man Universe films if the movies do well. At this point, though, fans will have to continue waiting for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
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