After Shang-Chi’s box office success, Sony sees the earlier opening of its Marvel movie.
There have been rumors for some time that Venom’s sequel (re-release) will change the release date, as Hollywood sees Labor Day on the weekend to test the confidence of audiences returning to US theaters amid an increase in delta variants of Covid-19. It turned out to be true…
But not as many expected.
Sony has indeed updated the sales date for Venom: Let There Be Carnage from the October 15 release date. However, unlike previous rumors, the studio film is not delayed, a recurring theme for the Fall of 2021 is the absence of viewers from the season and the increase in jovid-19 incidents in key states where Hollywood is struggling even more.
Instead, Let Carnage decided to let Let Carnage come two weeks ago, and the film will now be released on October 1st.
According to Recent History, previous rumors have suggested that Sony is considering a potential exit in 2021 to follow Andy Serkis’ 2018 surprise hit. But after Shang-Chi broke all previous estimates to bring in a record-breaking, pandemic or otherwise $ 90 million over the Labor Day weekend, the studio believes Marvel fans want to come back with masks and vaccination mandates.
To the cinemas when autumn begins. Returning to the roles of Eddie Brock / Venom and Cletus Kasady / Carnage, Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson’s sequel will go against their previous records: the original Venom, after a mixed critical reception, became the second best premiere of October. $ 80.2 million debut (actually a record for the year before the Joker’s 2019 debut).
Time will tell what the Carnage tariffs will look like – after all, a new belief, or in some other way, a pandemic is still happening – but Sony is sure that at least Marvel heroes will go where their fans go.