Untitled Venom Let There Be Carnage Sequel Release Date, Trailer, Plot, Cast And More


The untitled Venom Let There Be Carnage sequel is an upcoming superhero film featuring the character Venom from Marvel Comics. It’s produced by Columbia Pictures and will be the fifth film in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. This sequel follows the movies Venom (2018) and Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021). Kelly Marcel both wrote and directed the film, in which Tom Hardy stars as Eddie Brock and Venom.

Tom Hardy confirmed his involvement in a third Venom film in August 2018. Development started in December 2021, after the release of the second film. Kelly Marcel and Tom Hardy completed the script by June 2022. They scheduled Marcel to direct the film in October. They paused filming, which had started in Spain in late June 2023, the following month due to the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. London is another expected filming location.

Untitled Venom Let There Be Carnage Sequel Release Date And Trailer

They will release the film in the US on July 12, 2024, instead of October 2024. Sony made deals with Netflix and Disney in April 2021 for the rights to their 2022-2026 films. Netflix has exclusive streaming rights for a certain period, including future Venom films. Disney has streaming and broadcast rights for the films on Disney+ and Hulu, as well as their TV networks.

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Untitled Venom Let There Be Carnage Sequel Cast

Tom Hardy plays Eddie Brock / Venom, an investigative journalist who becomes the host of an alien symbiote, gaining super-human abilities and a violent alter-ego. Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor have also been cast, with Temple playing a significant character.

Untitled Venom Let There Be Carnage Sequel Development

Tom Hardy agreed to be in three Venom movies in August 2018. In September 2021, Hardy said that they were going to make more films in the Spider-Man Universe and might also connect with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Andy Serkis, the director of Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021), said he’d like to direct another Venom movie. Serkis wanted to explore more about Venom and the Ravencroft Institute before bringing Spider-Man into the story. He also wanted to introduce more villains from the Institute. In October, Tom Holland and producer Amy Pascal talked about the possibility of Holland playing Spider-Man in future Venom sequels. They mentioned that Holland had a cameo in Let There Be Carnage using footage from Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). In December, Pascal said they were at the early planning stages for Venom 3.

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