Ars Technica

It’s the battle of the alien symbiotes in Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer

Tom Hardy (Mad Max: Fury Road) returns as intrepid reporter Eddie Brock, infected with a parasitic alien symbiote that gives him super powers, in Venom: There Will be Carnage. Directed by motion-capture icon Andy Serkis, it's the sequel to 2018's box-office smash, Venom. After being delayed for nearly a year due to the ongoing pandemic, Sony just dropped the official trailer, in which Brock/Venom must battle serial killer Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson, Zombieland), infected with another alien symbiote dubbed Carnage.
Picture for It’s the battle of the alien symbiotes in Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer

Sink Your Teeth Into New ‘Venom’ Funkos

Ahead of the release of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, be on the lookout for two brand new Funko Pops to hit shelves soon — in addition to a jumbo sized Carnage!. Tom Hardy returns to the big screen in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, as the lethal protector Venom, one of the greatest and most complex characters out of the Marvel Universe. The sequel to 2018’s Venom is directed by Andy Serkis, and film also stars Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris and Woody Harrelson, in the role of the villain Cletus Kasady/Carnage — whose transformation was first teased at the end of the first movie.
Picture for Sink Your Teeth Into New ‘Venom’ Funkos

Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Apparently) Has an Avengers Easter Egg

While Venom: Let There Be Carnage may not take place in the MCU, its first trailer features an Easter egg that appears to reference The Avengers. Around one minute and nine seconds into the trailer, we see Detective Mulligan (Stephen Graham) reading The Daily Bugle, which we know is run by Spider-Man's J. Jonah Jameson. As Mulligan angrily closes the paper, you can see the briefest glimpse of a headline that reads something like "Avengers Lose to Nightmare."
Picture for Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Apparently) Has an Avengers Easter Egg

Venom Chews The Scenery, Everything Else In Absolutely Bonkers Sequel Trailer

Upping the goof factor and hopefully the wig budget a couple thousand notches, the trailer for “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” arrived on Monday in all its CGI-heavy glory. Despite being widely panned by critics, “Venom” gobbled up $850 million at the global box office back in 2018, becoming the biggest October release of all time. And so, a franchise was born with Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock and his symbiotic, flesh-eating alter-ego Venom at the center.

trailer Easter egg erases the worst Spider-Man movie from canon

Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy is a mixed bag. The first two movies (and the second one especially) are held in very high esteem, but the third? Let's just say Spider-Man: No Way Home should have no trouble being the best Spider-Man 3. But if that's not enough for you —...
San Francisco Chronicle

First look at San Francisco-filmed ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’

More than a year after unleashing mayhem on the streets of San Francisco, the filmmakers behind “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” have finally given fans a taste of the latest Marvel cinematic blockbuster. The first trailer for the sequel to the surprise 2018 hit “Venom” dropped Monday, May 10, with...
Hollywood Reporter

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Looks to Push Genre Boundaries

“I’ve been thinking about you, Eddie.” The same can be said for fans who have been anticipating footage from the Venom sequel since rumors circulated of a Super Bowl spot. Chaos reigns in the first trailer for Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the follow-up to the 2018 hit, Venom, which kicked off Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters. Director Andy Serkis reunites Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams and Woody Harrelson, who appeared during the first film’s mid-credits scene, for a film that will see Eddie Brock/Venom face-off against his greatest comic book nemesis, Cletus Kasady/Carnage.

Spider-Man Vs. Venom Movie Reportedly In The Works At Sony

Disney and Sony look to have come a long way in the two years since the latter forcibly withdrew Spider-Man from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sending the fanbase into meltdown and sticking to their guns by claiming they didn’t need Kevin Feige and his team to deliver top quality web-slinging entertainment, even though the fact the studio’s two previous Spidey franchises imploded due to heavy-handed interference would say otherwise.

Porsha Williams engaged to ‘RHOA’ co-star’s ex; ‘Venom 2′ trailer; more: Buzz

Porsha Williams engaged to ‘RHOA’ co-star’s ex. “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Williams is engaged to her co-star Falynn Guobadia’s ex-husband, Simon Guobadia. ET reports Porsha announced Monday that she had been seeing Simon for about a month before he proposed, but “RHOA” fans are upset for how quickly their relationship moved forward. “For all of you that need facts, I get the optics but Simon filed for divorce from a previous marriage in January. I had nothing to do with their divorce filing. That’s between the two of them,” Porsha wrote on Instagram. “Falynn and I are not friends, and Simon’s divorce has been settled. Our relationship is a positive, loving step forward in everybody’s lives.” Porsha also said her ex-fiancé, Dennis McKinley, with whom she shares a 2-year-old daughter, Pilar, is supportive of her new relationship, while Simon showed off her diamond engagement ring on social media.
Cinema Blend

Venom 2 Merch Is Arriving, So Prepare For Spoilers

Given the popularity of comic book movies, various studios have established their own cinematic universe. For Sony, their movies will be focused on a variety of characters from Spider-Man lore. The first of these projects was the Venom movie, which was a box office success. Merchandise has started landing for the sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage, so we should probably prepare for some spoilers.