Venom: Let there be Carnage It will be the next big Sony premiere, which already had a day set for its world premiere, but This Monday the last modification that it suffered in terms of its date was confirmed. Taking this into account, the production company’s calendar undergoes an important alteration in the face of upcoming projects, such as Spider-Man: No Way Home. Will it also be delayed?
This sequel starring Tom Hardy will show us Eddie Brock and the symbiote facing Carnage, whose host is the serial killer Cletus Kennedy, played by Woody Harrelson. Originally it was due to premiere in October 2020, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic it was passed to June 2021, and then to September of this year. What happened now?
This Monday the film’s social networks published new official posters with a new date: October 15. According to the medium Deadline in your report this week, The producer has decided on this change due to concerns about the Delta variant of COVID-19, which is more contagious and lethal, and affects children who have not yet been vaccinated. For this reason fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are worried about Spidey.
It has already been shown that releasing a film in a time of increasing cases is not favorable at all, since theaters remain closed and viewers prefer to stay at home to take care of their health and those around them. This would mean a hard hit at the box office., and it is clear that the MCU does not want to go through what happened with Black Widow, where they suffered the worst drop in revenue from one weekend to the next.
At the moment Marvel and Sony have not issued a statement in reference to this situation, so the date scheduled for Spider-Man: No Way Home it’s still december 17. Meanwhile, fans are closely following the news regarding the health crisis and its consequences, as it could lead to a further delay, despite the hype they have achieved for the possibility of having the Spider-Verse.
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