‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Trailer Dropped this Monday | Insight into Tom Hardy’s Latest Action Flick

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The sequel to the Sony Picture, Venom, posted its first trailer this Monday, showing off each of the symbiotic characters in all their monstrous fashion.  

Let there be carnage!  

Expect to see Hardy’s Eddie Brock battle it out with the celebrated actor Woody Harrelson, who will play the embodiment of chaos in the newest Sony picture, Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

With a box office gross of $856.1 million, the first movie did pretty well in the theatres. It was an enjoyable movie to watch, due to the chemistry between Eddie and Venom that keeps you wanting more of the duo. However, the fans didn’t take to it very kindly, trashing it for its basic plot and somewhat mediocre dialogue.

Luckily, the sequel is hoping to correct all of its predecessor’s failures, preparing the audience for one hell of an action flick.

The movie will be one of Sony’s biggest projects this year. With the inclusion of a star-studded cast, the crew is also filled with several heavy-hitters.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be the very first live-action appearance of the antagonist, played by Harrelson, in both television and film.

This will be Andy Serkis’ fourth directorial feature, right after his work on “Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle” and “Breathe.” It was originally going to be directed by the notorious Ruben Fleischer, but after scheduling difficulties, he left in hopes of finding a more suitable cinematic that would blend with his style.

Other individuals tied to the project are the Oscar-winning cinematographer Robert Richardson — most known for his work on the Quentin Tarantino films — and the screenwriter Kelly Marcel, who’s worked on both “Fifty Shades of Grey” and the indistinguishable Disney classic, “Saving Mr. Banks.”

The leading — and executive — producers go as follows: Hardy, Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Amy Pascal, Hutch Parker, Barry Waldman, Jonathan Cavendish, Ruben Fleischer, Edward Cheng and Howard Chen.

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