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Venom: Let There Be Carnage Release Date Pushed Back Again

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Sony’s upcoming Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which will see Tom Hardy return to the role of Eddie Brock, has been delayed for the third time.

Sony was quick to begin work on its own universe of Marvel characters following the critical and commercial success of 2018’s Venom. Last year, the studio planned to release two follow-up films with Jared Leto’s Morbius set to hit theaters in July and Venom 2 scheduled for October 2020. Unfortunately, 12 months after the Coronavirus pandemic first began to cause lockdowns in Europe and America fans are still waiting for both films to release.

Production on Venom: Let There Be Carnage began back in January 2019, and the film had wrapped filming before COVID-19’s emergence. In April, Sony announced that the film would be delayed from its October 2020 release date to June 25th, 2021. Earlier this month, the film was pushed back for a second time to September 17th.

In a surprise move from Sony, Venom: Let There Be Carnage has now been delayed again. The film will now release one week later on September 24th.

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The latest delay follows hot on the heels of Marvel’s recent announcement that Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings‘ release has been moved to September 3rd.

Fingers crossed, this will be the last delay for the hotly anticipated Tom Hardy sequel.

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Dave Horobinhttps://mcu-initiative.com
Formerly the Social Media Manager and a writer for TrueAchievements (the world's leading Xbox website) and now attempting to use some of what I learned on a new project. Lover of most MCU films and TV shows, football, gaming and tech.

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