Sony delayed the release of the sequel to “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”


“Venom: Let There Be Carnage”the sequel to the film starring Tom Hardy, is the most recinete hit by the pandemic of the coronavirus, which forced Sony to postpone its release.

Just like most of the premieres big that were scheduled for 2020, the continuation of the cinematic history of the symbiont saw its release delayed from October 15 of this year until the June 25, 2021.

The film will keep Tom Hardy in the leading role, although it will be surprisingly with the address Andy Serkis, actor recognized for giving their movements and voice, or grunts, to characters such as “Gollum” and the “King Kong” of Peter Jackson, is also the same that will play Alfred in the upcoming movie “Batman”.

Tom Hardy will continue as the symbiont in “Venom 2”.

The first supercomputer delivery “Venom”, which premiered in 2018, had a poor reception by d ela critical especialziada. However, raised 213,5 million at the box office in u.s. and Us $ 856 million worldwide, against a budget of £ 100 million; figures that led to Sony to give the green light to the sequel that is now postponed.

With this decision, Sony moved nearly all of their releases large to 2021, including “Morbius” (July 31, 2020 and 19 march 2021), “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” (July 10, 2020 march 5, 2021) and “Uncharted”starring Tom Holland (march 5, 2021 October 8, 2021).

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