Venom Let There Be Carnage teased the audience with the release of some new posters that gave us an exclusive look into the characters and their temperament. Sony Pictures dropped these posters creating a buzz amongst the audience about the upcoming Venom sequel.
Along with the posters, the production also dropped a video teaser of Venom Let There Be Carnage with a 270-degree view in panoramic format for #ScreenX, encouraging the audience to visit the theatres to catch the film and live in its essence.
Venom Let There Be Carnage: New Posters
Sony Pictures went ahead to release the posters for all important characters in the upcoming film. The poster reveals focused on the transition these characters will be going through by showing half of their human and half of their monster face. This is, of course, barring Michelle Williams’ character who plays Anne Weying whose poster just had a spark of teal blue brush strokes on it. Although the audience did take notice of the black silhouette present on her poster hinting at the return of She-Venom.
Tom Hardy’s poster visibly was not a surprise seeing him semi-transition into the symbiotic alien. He is playing the titular character for this film and making his return as Eddie Brook. However, the fans did have some reservations about the poster and very loudly made it clear the graphics for the posters did not look professional.
As for Woody Harrelson who plays Cletus Kasady turning into the symbiote Carnage, the poster was a similar one to Hardy’s Venom.
The big buzz was surrounding the poster of Naomie Harris who plays Frances Barrison aka. Shriek, the love interest of Carnage in the film. The poster flaunts a glowing blue eye and the iconic scar reminding the audience of the comic books.
Venom Let There Be Carnage: What to look out for?
This is going to be director Andy Serkis second directing, who gives a lot of credits to The Lord of the Rings for the motion capture work. Meanwhile, you can catch the trailer for Venom Let There Be Carnage, here.
The film is going to have a theatrical release on October 1, 2021.