It’s been revealed that Venom 2 (aka Venom: Let There Be Carnage) has just had its international release date delayed, which should not come as much of a surprise.
This was revealed recently via a New Zealand cinema chain and ComicBook picked up on it.
The movie was originally intended to be released on September 23rd, however, it seems as though the international release date has now been pushed back to October.
Venom 2’s latest trailer did state that the movie was going to be released “this fall” as opposed to on September 23rd.
So, it’s not like we didn’t have any warning that the movie was going to experience a slight delay in coming to cinemas.
Venom 2 has just had its international release date pushed back a bit
So, the new international release date for Venom: Let There Be Carnage is October 14th.
This means that the delay isn’t huge and I’m pretty sure this new release date is due to the rising cases of COVID-19 worldwide.
I wonder if this is going to end up also being the film’s release date in the United States and in parts of Europe too.
There are many fans – myself included – that are now just desperate to see the film.
The movie’s directed by Andy Serkis and will star Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson.
What do you make of this news?
Are you looking forward to watching Venom 2 when it’s finally released?
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