After a very long wait the first trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage has arrived and director Andy Serkis and star Tom Hardy are promising an intense battle of the symbiotes in this highly anticipated sequel that’s gonna be crazy.
Watch the all-new trailer below:
Here’s the official synopsis:
Investigative reporter turned reluctant anti-hero Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is finally in a good place in his life, and things couldn’t be better with his shared relationship with the alien symbiote Venom. But a new threat arises in violent psychopath Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson), who on the eve of his execution is instead bonded with a new symbiote known as Carnage, and things get very messy when Eddie and Venom have to go up against this freakishly evil new threat.
This first trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage delivers plenty of explosive energy and the crackling buddy comedy of Eddie Brock and Venom that Tom Hardy first established in 2018’s Venom, and Serkis and Hardy are about to raise the bar with this superhero sequel.
Alongside the return of Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, we also see the return of Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady, the serial killer destined to become Carnage, and Harrelson brings his trademark crazy to the role and appears to be having an absolute blast with this character in the sequel. There’s a gleeful evil to Harrelson’s performance here as Kasady, and Serkis is really pushing him out to the forefront and it’s gonna be a hell of a lot of fun to see him go to work alongside Hardy.
Action junkies will also be impressed with the new trailer which cranks up the big-screen thrills as two unstoppable symbiotes go up against each other and turn the city of San Francisco inside out in an outrageous battle to determine who is the dominant monster. In addition to the action, we also get a brief look at Naomie Harris’ Shriek, the crazed lover of Kasady who is sure to mix things up in the sequel.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is promising all kinds of anti-hero fun and this is one film you’re gonna definitely want to see on the big screen when it arrives in theatres on September 23.