Since the movie ending of the first sequel of the movie Venom. The fans have very much hopes and expectations from the movie.
Its been long almost three years since the first part of Venom is released on October 3, 2018, in Indonesia.
Tom Hardy has created a separated fan base from other shows like Peaky Blinders. Fans want him in the always new characters.
But to avoid a collision with another movie F9 they have to shift the date for almost three months which was originally set for June 24, 2021 (Singapore).
As the ninth sequel of Fast and Furious will be releasing on June 25, 2021. So there might be an unwanted clash with big names and no-one wants to bear that risk.
The release date for Venom: Let There Be Carnage
The new release date has been shifted to September 17, 2021, according to the official source.
Reasons for Reschedule
The big-budgeted movie like Venom: let there be carnage and F9 are very hard to compensate for. Because both movies are action thrillers so it takes a lot to compensate if they collide in the cinema halls.
Besides that, the movies are also creating hype after the pandemic has just hit the whole movie industry. So That the effort made on the movie finally pays they don’t their movies go to the unhyped.
Universal Pictures also don’t want to collide with the movie but they have to make their moves. The Columbia pictures have better plans regarding the movie.
The brilliant Andy Serkis is directing while the screenplay by Kelly Marcel which are creating an astonishing job in the movie.
These movies are also creating a ripple effect in other movies causing them to shift other movies in the path.
Sony is shifting the movie that stars Kevin Hart‘s action movie Man from Toronto that was initially scheduled to be opened on September 17.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage cast
|The cast of Venom: Let there be carnage|