The fierce villain in this upcoming film goes by the name Carnage, which can be translated as “carnage” or “slaughter.” However, do not be fooled by such an indicator of blood, violence and guts everywhere. According to the director Andy Serkis, the sequel to Venom He will prioritize a loving touch within his argument, although not aimed at conventional romance.
This week, ComicBook rescued some production notes from the next Venom: Carnage released in which Andy Serkis states that “It’s a love story, but not the love story you might think”.
“It’s largely about the extraordinary relationship between the symbiote and the carrier,” explains the director. «Any love story has its pitfalls, its high points and its low points. Venom and Eddie’s relationship absolutely causes problems and stress. They almost hate each other. But they have to be together, they can’t live without each other. That’s companionship, love, the things relationships are really about«.
Admittedly, from the first official trailer for the sequel there was a marital vibe. The trailer begins with a comical sequence in which the symbiote prepares Eddie Brock’s (Tom Hardy) breakfast with affectionate brusqueness. A second trailer showcases Venom’s desire to be free, while Eddie insists on controlling him, like a tag team fight.
“Obviously there is danger and distrust at the beginning, but they have learned to live together”, adds the producer Avi Arad in the movie notes. «They are turning into a complicated marriage. Their codependency forces them to stay together, even though they are fed up with each other.. They will have to come to an understanding.
So far, the theatrical release of Venom: Carnage released it is still scheduled for fall of the current year. Despite rumors about a possible delay, a few days ago Sony Pictures published an official poster with which it guaranteed that the sequel would premiere in mid-October. On the other hand, this week the company finally established next October 1st as the date of arrival to theaters in the United States.
Unlike the Warner and Disney releases, the sequel to Venom will make its debut exclusively in theaters. It assumes a classification for those over the age of thirteen. Its cast is made up of Tom Hardy (Eddie Brock / Venom), Michelle Williams (Anne Weying), Naomie harris (Frances Barrison / Shriek) and Woody harrelson (Cletus Kasady / Carnage), among others.
The Venom 2 entry is “a love story,” Andy Serkis claims was first published in Cinema PREMIERE.