want to see Venom 2 Let There Be Carnage without having to pay for it? Well here you go! Sony likes to show us as much of a movie as possible before it releases, I don’t know why, but here we are? The clip below was a PlayStation exclusive which shows the birth of Carnage scene in it’s entirety from the movie.
I’ve never been a fan of marketing like this, but that’s just me. Either way you can see what you think of what will surely be one of the most iconic scenes from Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Whether you like these movies, or not, like me, this is still the first time we’ve seen the birth of Carnage in live-action. So check it out.
Frankly this gives me even less reason to see the movie. I was mildly curious about how this scene would play out. To be honest, I have no real complaints, there’s not much else you’d be looking for. Carnage is horrific and his host is pure evil, absolute carnage is therefore what you’d expect. I just wish this was a problem that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man was facing, somewhere in the future, not Tom Hardy’s Venom.
Given a confirmed runtime of 97 minutes, plus credits for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, I’ve now seen over 4% of the movie. Probably more if we figure around 5 minutes of credits. Then, if I go and look at all the alternate versions of the trailers, I reckon we could get up to around 10%, maybe more? Again, I have my doubts about this strategy, but then I don’t work for Sony, so maybe they don’t care what I think?
Oh well. What did you think of the birth of Carnage from Venom: Let There be Carnage. Was this enough to make you go see the movie? Sound off below.
Insomniac Games brought the house down at the latest PlayStation Showcase when it revealed not one, but two new Marvel games in development. Marvel’s Wolverine and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 are both currently in production for PlayStation consoles.
As for the latter, we’ll have to wait until 2023 to see what’s next for Peter Parker and Miles Morales, but Marvel has shined some light on what fans can expect from the game. Creative Vice President of Marvel Games Bill Rosemann has likened Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 to The Empire Strikes Back in regards to tone.
Bill Rosemann appeared in the latest episode of the This Week in Marvel podcast, where he talked about the upcoming titles from Insomniac Games. If the first Spider-Man game was Star Wars, Spider-Man 2 is kind of our Empire [Strikes Back].
he said during the interview. Whereas the 1977 Star Wars was fairly whimsical in nature, The Empire Strikes Back is iconic for taking the franchise in a much darker, more mature direction. Rosemann teases a similar follow-up for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.
After many vicissitudes Venom 2 Bloodshed will be unveiled in the U.S. on October 1, in which the first title character will finally find a worthy opponent. A bloodthirsty symbiote like him, whose host is stylishly a serial killer, Cletus Kasady, who is waiting to be executed in prison. How do you get out of here, that is, how does Kasady become a Bloodbath? You can see it in the blood-freezing clip below!
We’ve known the negative hero for a while to be very cunning, and he uses Eddie Brock’s credulity to connect with his symbiote, so hopefully he’ll gain his special ability too.
And the video released on PlayStation (here's because it's Sony's), reveals how Kasady Bloodbolt off his chains, more precisely, on the day he was executed. Looking at the recording, we can understand why Andy Serkis and Tom Hardy also stated that the boundaries of the PG-13 category have been expanded with Venom 2.
Because in this clip Bloodhound is downright scary and his language is even distasteful. So even if you won’t bite body parts in the foreground with the antagonist splashing blood, it won’t be any less cruel than its comic book version.
Venom 2 Bloodshed will be in our cinemas on October 14th. Here you can check out his most recently released previews, read about this negative hero, and in this article we’ve gathered critiques of Venom 2.