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(trailer review) - Venom: Let There Be Carnage


(Teaser Trailer)

Here's something funny...when I reviewed the teaser trailer for this, I incorporated the newly released picture (I'm not sure why and won't do that again), but it was merely to save from doing multiple posts.  Several months later, a weekly show with almost weekly trailers have managed to give a single show nearing 6 posts or even more, like WandaVision or The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the irony.  Ha, I laugh at myself really... 

Talking about laughing at ones self and multiple posts, it would seem Eddie and his multiple personalities, well split personality, The Venom seem to be "managing" with one another.  Eddie looks pretty hungover and Venom seems to be making him breakfast in a very bad way which has led me to think (as I was writing this), maybe they are not getting on and they may actually split from one another.  Venom will go one way and Eddie will go another.  I don't think the Venom can survive for long periods outside of a hosts body so that might be a reason as to why Cletus Cassidy obtains a symbiote.  They only reunite because Cletus is an absolute maniac.  Maybe I am wrong altogether, but I am liking the trailer.  It seems very samey as the previous movie and it does introduce us to a couple of characters such as Naomie Harris' character, Shreek, so it would be interesting how this comes together in the end, but the "Yummy" at teh beginning made me laugh and the closing eating of heads comment.  It also seems as though Venom may actually be, again, the star like the last film as he was really funny. We will see, i'm down either way...especially if we have a broader connection to A Spider-Man or MCU.

Let there be Carnage!

Directed by Andy Serkis and starring Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Reid Scott, Naomie Harrison

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