VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE Digital And Blu-ray Release Date And Special Features Revealed
Sony Pictures has shared the Digital and Blu-ray release dates for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and as well as six deleted scenes, we're getting quite a few featurettes as well. Find more details here...
Venom: Let There Be Carnage has earned over $400 million at the worldwide box office, and while that's less than half of what the first movie made in 2018, it's a phenomenal result in this "pandemic era." Now, it's been confirmed by Sony Pictures that the Marvel Comics adaptation will be released on Digital on November 23 and on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD on December 14.
With that news comes details on the sequel's special features. It's pretty standard content for the most part, though we are intrigued by what those six deleted scenes from the 90-minute movie might be.
- Outtakes & Bloopers
- 6 Deleted Scenes
- Eddie & Venom: The Odd Couple: What happens when two beings inhabit one body? A whole lot of chaos. Tom Hardy, Andy Serkis, and the team of filmmakers talk all things Eddie and Venom.
- Sick and Twisted Cletus Kasady: Imagining this iconic and psychotic comic book villain for screen with Woody Harrelson, director Andy Serkis, and the production team.
- Concept to Carnage: Trace the design and animation of Carnage from comic book image to screen symbiotic.
- Let There Be… Action: Go on the set and experience the action of how Venom: Let There Be Carnage takes shape. From concept to stage, from green screen to film screen, follow the making of the film and see the intense stunts that were captured.
- And more!
So, not a bad selection all things considered! With that Digital release just days away, we're anticipating learning more about the deleted scenes soon, though we may have seen at least one of them.
"Venom: Let There Be Carnage is the ultimate Marvel movie," we said in our review of the movie. "[Seeing] Venom and Carnage clash is a comic book fan’s dream come true, but the epic action is bolstered by incredible visuals, some big laughs, and a surprising amount of heart."
Check out our interview with director Andy Serkis below: