An International TV Page for Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage which found its way online contains new images by both Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) and Frances Barrison / Shriek (Naomie Harris).
The site, which contains Spanish subtitles, has been uploaded YouTube by a third-party user, sees notorious serial killer Kasady, the man who was Carnage, jumps over a shopkeeper to attack the clerk. Kasady is then seen dancing in his prison uniform. Elsewhere, Shriek is seen entering what appears to be Eddie Brock’s apartment, even though it does not look like anyone’s home.
Let It Guys is expected to have a romantic relationship between Carnage and Shriek because of the fact that the two were a couple in the original Marvel comic books. Carnage and Shriek, in addition to the likes of the double, Demogoblin and Carrion, famously ran across the Marvel universe in the “Maximum Carnage” Crossover Story Arc in the 1990s.
The success of Sony’s 2018 Spider-Man Spinoff movie Poison, Let It Guys Directed by Andy Serkis. It premieres in London on September 14th and will hit theaters exclusively on October 1st. The movie sees a lot Poison Stars repeat their roles, including of course Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock / Venom, as well as Michelle Williams as Anne Weying, Reid Scott as Dan Lewis and Peggy Lu as Mrs. Chen. Harrelson also reprises his role as Kasady, after making his debut as a character Poisonhis mid-credits scene.
Let It Guys also includes a number of newcomers, including Harris as Shriek, not to mention Stephen Graham as Detective Mulligan. (Graham presumably plays Marvel police officer Pat Mulligan, who eventually became known to the symbiote known as Toxin.) In addition, Sean Delaney and Larry Olubamiwo were cast in unknown roles.
Pick up where Poison redeemed, Let It Guys finds Eddie struggling to adapt to his new life as host of the Venom Symbiote, with Serkis describing the pair as in a Odd Koppel-esque State. In an attempt to rebuild his journalistic career, Eddie interviews Kasady, who is set to run. However, it goes horribly wrong when the serial killer connects with Venom’s descendant, Carnage.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage released in theaters in the United States on Friday, October 1st.
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