Venom and Carnage face off in stylized Dolby cinema poster


The Lethal Protector prepares to fight his new foe in a stylized Dolby Cinema poster for the upcoming film, Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

The Lethal Protector and his new nemesis prepare to fight in a stylized Dolby Cinema poster for Venom: let there be carnage.

Shared on Twitter by Discussing Film, the poster features blue and red silhouettes of Venom and Carnage against an all-white background with the film’s title card above them. Both silhouettes also contain additional all-black images, the first having Venom standing under a bridge and the second having Carnage hanging in front of the moon while his right hand transforms into a bladed weapon.

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It was recently confirmed that in addition to being rated PG-13, Venom: let there be carnage was also going to only last 90 minutes. Director Andy Serkis revealed the short runtime was for storytelling reasons, saying the production team always wanted the movie to “be a real thrill ride.”

“And a quick, muscular… don’t hang around too much with the exposure,” Serkis said. “But that said, I think what we did was strike a real balance between dropping anchor with all the characters so that you feel like you’re completely immersed in them and we’re not rushing. just to the next battle or action part. “

In addition, the success of Marvel Studios Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings would have caused Venom: let there be carnage to shift its release date from October 15 to October 1.

Directed by Serkis and starring Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson, Venom: let there be carnage hits theaters October 1.

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