Spider-Man spinoff Venom 2 has been delayed again.

Spider-Man spinoff Venom 2 has been delayed again.

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The Venom is the latest movie to be pushed back to a new release date. Instead, Venom: Let There Be Carnage has been pushed back to September 17th, 2021. Sony Pictures made the official announcement earlier this week.

As Universal Pictures moved the release date of Fast And Furious 9, Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios chose to avoid the clash by moving the Venom sequel. With studios trying to find space, without overlapping, to release all the big movies they had to delay in 2020, it’s likely that both this year and next will continue to involve a lot of shifting schedules for blockbusters.

Andy Serkis directs the sequel with Tom Hardy reprising his role as the Spider-Man anti-hero. Michelle Williams is back as well in addition to Woody Harrelson as villain Carnage.

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Are you excited to see Carnage make his first cinematic appearance? Let us know in the comments! We know we can’t wait to see Venom and Carnage together on the silver screen!

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