Venom: There will be Matanza has everything prepared for its theatrical release from Sony Pictures this Friday. After its debut in the US market on October 1 and accompanied by records at the box office, viewers in Spain and the rest of Europe will be able to attend the sagas this October 15th to know a sequel that has been made a lot to beg.
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Venom: There will be Matanza premieres this October 15 in Spain
The Symbiote is back with this film, shorter than usual – only 90 minutes – with the aim of improving the results of the 2018 original with Ruben Fleischer at the helm. You can see his latest trailer in Spanish at the beginning of this news.
Produced by Columbia Pictures in partnership with Marvel, Venom: There Will Be Carnage It is the second film within Sony’s Marvel Universe, which has nothing to do with Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. Andry Serkis is at the controls of the tape, whose budget amounts to 110 million dollars.
In the cast we have again Tom Hardy como Eddie Brock/Venom; Michelle Williams like Anne Weying; Naomie Harris as Frances Barrison / Shriek; Reid Scott as Dan Lewis; Stephen Graham as Patrick Mulligan; and Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady/Carnage.
Venom: There Will Be Carnage promises a spectacular post-credit scene
Dan Casey, Vice President of Creativity and Development at Nerdist, has indicated on the occasion of the international premiere that, whatever happens, let’s not miss the post-credit scene: “Venom: There Will Be Carnage is a wild film at the highest level. A delightfully self-aware and bizarre ultraviolent romantic comedy. Tom Hardy gives 200%. Whatever you do, don’t miss the post-credit scene”. We will see what it is about.
Venom: There Will Be Carnage, with Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris and Woody Harrelson in the role of Cletus Kasady / Matanza hits theaters in Spain this Friday, October 15. It remains to be seen if he will achieve the 850 million at the box office of its predecessor.
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