Watch the new trailer for Venom - The Fury of Carnage (Venom: Let There Be Carnage)

Watch the new trailer for Venom - The Fury of Carnage (Venom: Let There Be Carnage)

Since it's Spider-Man week, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home (Spider-Man: No Way Home). While it may not be the trailer fans want, Sony has released the second trailer for Venom - Carnage's Fury (Venom: Let There Be Carnage).

This is Tom Hardy he resumes his role as Lethal Protector and is joined in this by Woody Harrelson

In the director's chair this time there is Andy Serkis, who replaces the director of the first film, Ruben Fleischer, as he was busy working on Zombieland - Double Tap (Zombieland: Double Tap) to return to direct the sequel. While Serkis is perhaps best known primarily for his acclaimed motion-capture performances, he's no stranger to being behind the camera after directing the Netflix movie. Mowgli , as well as acting as the director of the second part of the film Hobbit of Peter Jackson.

The new trailer shows the actress even more Naomie harris like the evil Shriek, with his powers of sound manipulation. As diehard comic book fans know, Shriek made his first appearance on the page in 1993 Spider-Man: Maximum Carnage. In that story, Cletus Kasady was able to exploit a mutation he underwent during exposure to a symbiote to escape from prison, spontaneously spawning a copy of the alien and transforming himself into Carnage once again. In addition to breaking free from incarceration, he also rescued Shriek and together the pair gathered more allies to fight Spider-Man.

Between the film and the upcoming new release of Marvel comics by the writers Al Ewing e Aries V and artist Bryan hitch, there is no better time to be a Venom fan right now.

Venom - Carnage's Fury (Venom: Let There Be Carnage) will hit theaters on September 24, 2021.