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Venom 2 Special Screening Leaves Fans Excited About Post-Credits Scene

By Mabel Judith Andrady
September 17,2021

‘Let There Be Carnage’ hopes to build on the huge success of the first Venom film. Fortunately, after a number of planned delays Venom 2 is finally slated to enter cinemas. Woody Harrelson will be playing the role of the second half of Spider-Man’s symbiotic enemy Cletus Kasady’s Carnage. Indeed, there is high anticipation for Spider-Man: No Way Home. For this reason, many fans are asking if we’ll see another Peter Parker/Eddie Brock team up soon.

To begin with, Hardy was ecstatic about the prospect. He further went on to declare that he “would do anything to see that make that happen.” While it’s unclear if Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be the setting, director Andy Serkis told fans that “of course, it’s going to happen” at some time in the future. Now, initial reactions to the movie have given us a glimpse of what to expect from the Venom sequel.

Venom 2 Fan Reactions say it all

Venom 2

The Venom: Let There Be Carnage screening was a big hit. Besides fans, lead actor Tom Hardy, Director Andy Serkis, and notably Hardy’s dog Blue among others attended the #FansFirst screening. For those unaware, the screening was an exclusive event held in London.

This special fan screening gave fans an early look at the upcoming Venom 2. Moreover, this enabled them to voice their thoughts on the symbiote-centered sequel. Many Twitter users highlighted the post-credits sequence as a shocking and exhilarating moment that future audiences should not miss.

One fan says that they found Let there be Carnage to be in brutally awesome gritty chaos. This is what their tweet said;

A second fan expressed their gratitude for being among the first to see Venom: Let there be Carnage. This is what they felt about the second installment;

A third fan encourages Marvel and specifically Venom fans to “go and see this movie and thank them afterward because they did an amazing job.” The fan also promised not to give any spoilers with a reassurance that their “lips are firmly sealed.”

A noteworthy tweet by @BlackNezzy mentioned that no reviews were allowed to be shared until Sept 30th. While that might sound like a bummer to some, no spoilers meant more anticipation as to what’s in store for fans. This is what the fan shared about their experience;



The unending surprises that are yet to be unveiled 

Tom Hardy As Venom

Tom Hardy As Venom


Based on the reactions of fans, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is going to be an exciting thrill trip with a 90-minute run length. One of the comments indicated a romantic element, which seems to expand on Eddie and Venom’s odd interaction from the previous film.

The symbiote gave Brock a kiss unlike any other while it was possessed by Michelle Williams’ character Anne. As a result of this brief emotional outburst, it makes us wonder if Eddie and his symbiotic relationship may have developed any further.

Regardless of how people felt about the original Venom, it looks like the sequel will be just as entertaining. Many people expressed a preference for staying through to the credits as a way to express excitement. Naturally, it leads one to wonder what was so compelling about the film that people would want to do so. Maybe the post-credits sequence will have some connection to Morbius. This connection could possibly bring in Michael Keaton like in the Jared Leto movie. If Keaton is actually returning as Adrian Toomes, this would establish a real connection to the MCU.

The possibility of a Venom/Spider-Man crossover

Venom Spiderman

Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios may go the extra mile. This might be done by hinting at a Venom-Spider-Man crossover in No Way Home or in a future Venom movie. Even if Tom Holland’s Spider-Man isn’t available, Sony might cast Andrew Garfield instead.

If Garfield reprises his Spider-Man role in the Venom sequel’s post-credits sequence, fans are sure to go wild. Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be released in theaters on October 1, 2021. And fans will be able to witness if the film lives up to the anticipation.

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