Venom: Let There Be Carnage

On Friday Oct. 1st, Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released in theaters which is the second movie to Venom and stars Tom Hardy playing the role of Eddie Brock, and also voicing Venom who is a symbiote trying to find the right host to stay with, both Eddie Brock and Venom are the protagonist of the films. 

The film was directed by Andy Serkis who also directed Venom which came out in 2018. Andy Serkis also appeared in Avengers Age Of Ultron that was released in 2015 and played a small role as “Klaw” a black market dealer. Michelle Williams who appears in both Venom movies plays the role of Annie Weying who is Eddie’s ex-fiance and has also had the experience of being the host of the symbiote “Venom”. The antagonist of the movie is Carnage who is the son of the symbiote Venom and was created by Venom’s blood. The character Carnage is played by Woody Harrelson who also plays as “Cletus Kasady” who is a serial killer. Venom was originally a Marvel Comics character.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is about Eddie Brock and Venom  having an internal conflict between them which  leads Eddie to set up boundaries that Venom cannot break and causes struggles.

Eddie Brock, who was fired from being a reporter, tries to revive his career by visiting and gathering information to interview a serial killer named Cletus Kasady who is serving a life sentence.

Eddie Brock finds out about a rival symbiote named Carnage that poses a serious threat to Venom and Eddie Brock. Carnage is a red symbiote that is created from Venom’s blood and possesses deadly skills and techniques that are unmatched, Carnage’s main goal is to kill and create chaos while being in Cletus Kasady’s body and controlling him which causes Cletus Kasady to break out of prison with the symbiote “Carnage” inside him and cause harm to citizens of San Francisco, California.

“Overall the movie was really good, the post credit scene was possibly one of my favorite scenes of the movie.” senior Adil Lodhi  said. “I don’t like the decision of making Venom have a comedian side when he should be more serious and act more like a threat.”

“The movie was amazing,” senior Yasir Haleem said. “It was great to see Tom Hardy kill the role of Eddie Brock and I liked how we get to see how Venom and Eddie connect as one and overcome obstacles together.”

Venom: Let There Be Carnage has made over 35 million dollars since it’s release and is currently on pace to make over 80 million dollars. The film has a duration of one hour and thirty minutes and is available only in theatres. 

P.S. wait for the credit scene…