‘Venom 2: Carnage Freed’ defines its premiere date and no delays are expected due to the coronavirus

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Despite negative reviews, Venom has become one of the most popular Marvel and Sony films in recent years. In 2018, this solo symbiote film was released. Spider-Man had no participation in this production despite the fact that they belong to the same cinematographic universe.

The film focused on Venom’s first appearance on Earth along with other symbiotes. Well, the second film will focus on another of the most popular symbiotes in comics: Carnage.

Woody Harrelson was already seen in this role in the post-credits scenes.

The film will be released on June 25, 2021 and no further delays are expected. Recall that due to the coronavirus they were forced to move the premiere date on several occasions due to filming and post-production problems.

Through the official Twitter account @VenomMovie, it was confirmed that it would arrive in June and not in September as rumors had it. The middle explains that this date may have been defined by the advancement of vaccination in the United States.

Venom 2 will be directed by Andy Serkis, the actor who played Gollum in the Lord of the Rings saga.

Sean Delaney confirms his participation in ‘Venom 2’

Sean Delaney, recognized for his brilliant performance in TV series like ‘Killing Eve’, revealed that he is excited after confirming that he will have a role in the spin-off of Spider-Man, ‘Venom 2’.

According to the actor, he waited for the same company to reveal this fact. However, it was a portal dedicated to comics that ended up revealing the confirmation of Delaney’s role in ‘Venom 2’.

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“I don’t know how it ended up on IMDb. It hasn’t been released yet so I’m not really sure what people can say either. As for who I play, I can’t say anything about it. “

Although he did not reveal details of the role he will play, the actor offered a preview of what we will see in ‘Venom 2’. Also, expectations are high, as Delaney has shone in all her roles in TV series and movies.

“It was an incredible experience. I have a very, very small role, seen and unseen. And i mean it. As for his relationship to the story, he was really cool. It’s really great.”

Also, the actor commented on the current situation caused by the coronavirus. Recall that ‘Venom 2’ is one of the few productions that continues to maintain its premiere date despite the pandemic.

“I think I was in post-production when the hiatus took place. I read somewhere that Sony was planning to release it as planned. “


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