Sony wanted to make a Carnage derivative film – We covered it

Sony wanted to make a Carnage derivative film – We covered it

Carnage made his cinematic debut in the post-credits scene of Venom, with Woody Harrelson embodying serial killer Cletus Kasady, who comic book fans say is destined to bond with Venom’s symbiotic offspring and become a crazy supervillain. We will see his bow play in Venom 2, who is in production and who will face Eddie Brock of Tom Hardy against Kasady. Given the popularity of the antagonist, don’t expect this to be the last time we see it in the Sony Marvel character universe.

We Got This Covered was informed by our sources – the same who said [SPOILERS] would be revealed as a traitor The rise of Skywalker and that National Treasury 3 was in development, which turned out to be true – that the studio likes what they saw from Carnage in Venom 2 and is impressed with Harrelson’s performance. Given that, they want to spin off focusing on his character and apparently the concept is that it would be more of a horror film set in the present where he kills people as Carnage, all going back to his past and explaining how he got so upset.

Seen as 2018 Venom made more than $ 850 million at the box office, it’s no surprise that Sony wants to make a direct spinoff from the franchise. And Carnage has such status in the Marvel universe that he could probably carry his own movie. Especially if they are looking at this horror film, we think we hear about it. And if they opt for an R rating, it would be great to see.

Venom 2 might even set up this derivative film to some extent. Details of the intrigue disclosed indicate that Eddie Brock managed to link Kasady to the destruction of an orphanage in which the killer lived as a child. This tells us that the sequel will touch somewhat on its origins, that the spin-off will then apparently expand and expand.

Venom 2 hits theaters in October and then we should learn more about the popular villain. But tell us, would you like to see a Carnage movie after that? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.



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