Venom Sequel Gets New Title, Pushed Back To June 2021

Brianne Constantino

Posted at April 22, 2020

Sad news, comic book film fans. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the supposed release of Sony Pictures' Venom sequel later this year has also been affected.


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The Tom Hardy-starrer which will also see Woody Harrelson's debut as Carnage will no longer be hitting theaters on its original October 2, 2020 release date. Instead, it has been pushed back to June 2021.


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Aside from the new playdate, the Spider-Man spinoff film is now titled Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Check out the teaser Tom Hardy shared on Instagram below:


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The future of Sony's own Spidey film universe has been intriguing fans since the release of Morbius' trailer back in January. Michael Keaton is set to appear in the Jared Leto-led flick to reprise his Spider-Man: Homecoming role which previously wasn't canon to the Sony-verse.

Courtesy: Sony Pictures Entertainment

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