Sony Pictures has released a new clip from Venom: Let There Be Carnage featuring the deadly transformation of the murderous Cletus Kasady, played by Woody Harrelson, into alien symbiote Carnage.
In a 30-second episode, a group of prison spectators prepares to watch Kasady’s death sentence. However, the killer’s lethal injection did not go well and instead of being killed, he was transformed into a giant Venom sequel. Shocked viewers then rushed out as Carnage was born and released.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage – Movie Trailer
The reason for this violent beating – revealed in Venom’s latest trailer: Let There Be Carnage – apparently, Kasady bit Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) when he met in his cell. “I’ve tasted blood before and that’s not it,” said Harrelson’s character after injecting Brock’s blood with the symbiote.
The needle that pierces Kasady’s skin seems to be all that is needed for the symbiote to open, and it looks like fans will find out what happens when the killer kills the symbiote. The clip apparently precedes Carnage’s rest area, which had previously been ridiculed in a promotional depicting a villain throwing police bones with his bones while breaking out of his arrest.
Sony started the latest clip in honor of Venom Day, an online event to celebrate the upcoming film release. The clip is the result of a Twitter poll that unveiled several “gift ideas” to be given to Venom on his special day. Options can be “Chocolate,” “Chicken,” “Tater Tots” or “Bad Guys.” “Fix this and you’ll find happiness tomorrow and tomorrow,” he tweeted. “Bad Boys” won 46 percent of the vote and thus Carnage was born.
In addition to Carnage, the Venom series will introduce many different supervillains, including the start of the Spider-man villain Shriek (Naomie Harris) action. Sony recently released a clip showing the power from Shriek’s ears, which he used to break his inaudible prison cell. It is also rumored that Carnage’s descendants, Toxin, will be featured in the film. Fans of the comic book know that detective Patrick Mulligan eventually becomes Toxin, and actor Stephen Graham is listed in the credits as the actor.
Although Harrelson has not been officially confirmed to play the Venom star and succession until August 2019, he first appeared on the scene after the first Venom debt when it was released back in 2018.
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