First Venom: Let There Be Carnage Reactions Call It Insane And Exhilarating
itemprop=”headline name”>First Venom: Let There Be Carnage Reactions Call It Insane And Exhilarating
Sep 15, 2021 10:15 am2021-09-15T10:27:35-05:00
The next installment in Sony Pictures’ Venom franchise officially hits theaters on Friday, October 1st.follows directly on from the 2018 film starring Tom Hardy. Venom greeted audiences as a film they were cautiously optimistic about seeing, and left them thrilled and excited about what was to come next. An especially exciting question was posed at the end of the movie: who (or what) would be the next big threat for Venom and Eddie Brock to tackle?
The answer? Carnage.
Let There Be Carnage will introduce Hardy and his Symbiote to Carnage, played by Woody Harrelson, and the battle between the two promises to be epic. There’s also the ongoing battle between Brock and his new sense of self that’s toyed with in the trailers for the film. In hilarious moments and terrifying ones, he’s just trying to make it work. With a quickly approaching release date, the sequel has screened for some lucky viewers and the opinions of the film that they’re allowed to share right now prove that this movie is going to be epic.
Buckle up, everyone!
is the most batshit insane film of the year and a marked improvement on the first film. It absolutely flies by and Woody Harrelson delivers as Cletus Kasady/Carnage, a villain I've been waiting see in live action for ages. STAY for the end credits!!
— Josh Barton (@bartonj2410)
It’s never safe to leave a movie without watching the credits.
So (NO REVIEW ALLOWED till Sept 30th) butwas a fun movie that better in parts to the ORGINAL. and woody harrelson steal the show I just love him. The action was pretty entertaining but there is 1 scene that will make u go 😱😱 in a good way 😉
— BlackNezzy (@BlackNezzy)
Harrelson’s presence in the trailers alone was incredible, and it looks like he genuinely delivers in the film.
The biggest strength of
Woody Harrelson is relishing as Kletus/Carnage and is perfect for the role.
OH MY GOD STAY FOR THE CREDITS
— Ren Geekness 🔜 @LFF (@RenGeekness)
Seriously, you can’t leave before the credits!
I was lucky enough to be among the first to (finally!) get to seeI adored it. The first Venom is my favorite of the modern MCU films, and makes all the smart next steps, telling a very human and very beautiful story for Eddie Brock.
— Emotionally Invested Tony Khan Stan (@HowieBlingAEW)
Is this fan just hoping for an MCU entrance, or is it further confirmation that the MCU is expanding and Venom is on the guest list?
The envelope is open and I can now say thatwas AMAZING! Andy Serkis' introduction is a high ranking entry in the MCU w/ satisfying answers to some important ?'s. The action continues to be pure bonkers adrenaline & the story actually gets some depths.
— T'Challa Stan (@KhameekJ03)
Venom: Let There Be Carnage hits theaters on October 1st, and you won’t want to miss it.