A Venom 3 based superhero picture, Let There Be Carnage (also known as Venom: Let There Be Carnage) will be released by Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios in 2021. It is based on the Marvel Comics character Venom.
For Sony Pictures Releasing’s Spider-Man Universe and the follow-up to Venom, this is Spider-Man: Homecoming. Sony Pictures Releasing distributed it (2018)
‘Venom,’ directed by Andy Serkis and starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, is based on a script by Kelly Marcel and Serkis.
A cameo appearance by Woody Harrelson is also included in the film. Brock and Venom face up against serial killer Cletus Kasady (Harrelson), who becomes host to an offshoot of Venom known as Carnage, in the film that is destined to be a blockbuster success.
Venom 3 Released-
The release date for “Venom 3” is still a mystery at this time. Sony’s current calendar shows that “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and the Jared Leto-led “Morbius” films will still premiere on December 17, 2021, and January 22, 2022.
Until until both of those films have had an opportunity to flourish in theatres, it is possible that we will not receive any official information on the “Venom 3” theatrical release.
However, given how much Sony has enjoyed surprising fans with fan service in previous films, those flicks may also provide precise hints as to when “Venom 3” will be released in theatres. Only time will tell whether this is true.
Venom 3 Cast-
- Stephen Graham being Patrick Mulligan
- Tom Hardy being Eddie Brock
- Michelle Williams will act as Anne Weying
- Reid Scott will play the role of Dan Lewis
- Woody Harrelson will act as Cletus Kasady
- Naomie Harris being Frances Barrison
Venom 3 Plot
It was an accurate retelling of the fan favourite story from the Maximum Carnage film series, despite its flaws. Carnage and Shriek were beaten before the film ended, but Mulligan’s transition into Toxin was alluded to in the epilogue.
Toxin in the comic books was brilliantly portrayed by Mulligan, but Graham’s portrayal didn’t leave much of an impression. A few minutes ago, we caught a glimpse of Mulligan’s sparkling blue eyes and overhearing him talking about creatures.
It’s plausible that any of these three actors, Holland, Maguire, or Garfield, will square off against Venom in his third solo outing.
The symbiote hive consciousness is at least aware of the identity of Holland’s wall-crawling protagonist, according to the post-credits scene.
In an interview with Screen Rant, Serkis hinted at a hypothetical Spider-Man/Venom crossover movie. Even so, in the same interview, he alluded to a potential return to t’he Ravencroft Institute.
The director has claimed that he intends to first take on the Spider-villains Verse’s before taking on Web-Head himself:
“I get the excitement over Venom finally meeting Spider-Man. That’s something I’ve been thinking about. However, I believe some of Ravencroft’s other supervillains have a lot of potential.
The Earth’s crust conceals a wealth of possibilities. That sounds like a fun sandbox in which to experiment. Who knows what’s lurking in there that could lead to a breakout??”
Venom 3 – The Trailer
The trailer for Venom 3 has not been released. As soon as we learn more, we’ll be sure to update this post.
Another theory is that the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse (MCU) may have something to do with Knull, rather than Eddie and Venom getting caught up in the universe.
The ‘King in Black’ arc from 2020, in which Knull invaded Earth with a symbiote dragon army, might serve as a model for Venom 3’s action, as it would completely embrace the crazy aspect of the comics.