The sequel to “Venom” is delayed until June 2021 for the coronavirus



The sequel of the movie “Venom” (2018), which was scheduled to be released on October 2 this year, has delayed its landing in theaters until the 25th of June 2021 due to the global crisis by the coronavirus.

The study Sony used the announcement to reveal that this sequel will be titled “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”.

Tom Hardy will be playing Venom in this film that he will direct the actor Andy Serkis, who as a filmmaker has taken up the tapes “Breathe” (2017) and “Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle” (2018).

It will also return the actress Michelle Williams and actor Woody Harrelson, who, in “Venom” only appeared in a scene hidden in the credits but that this new movie will play a fundamental role.

“Venom”, which revolved around one of the most important enemies of the stories of Spider-Man, told with Ruben Fleischer as a director.

This film was a criticism of mediocre by the press, but it was a huge success at the box office, raising us $ 856 million worldwide from a budget of 100 million, according to data from the specialised portal Box Office Mojo.

The postponement of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is only one more episode in a never-ending domino effect in Hollywood, which, due to the closure of the chambers and the stop of all the productions by the coronavirus, has led to numerous delays in the releases of cinema.

The list of major projects that have been affected by these postponements includes such films as “No Time to Die” (James Bond), “F9” (“Fast & Furious”), “Mulan”, “Black Widow”, “Top Gun Maverick”, “Wonder Woman 1984”, “Soul”, “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”, “A Quiet Place, Part II” or “The Batman”.

The film industry is still not clear when will be the meeting of new open and working at full performance, so do not rule out further delays.