VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE - First 7 Minutes Of The Movie Officially Released By Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures has released the first seven minutes of Venom: Let There Be Carnage to give fans who haven't seen the sequel a better idea of what they can expect from the movie. Check it out right here...

Venom: Let There Be Carnage opened to mostly positive reviews earlier this year, while it ended up earning over $455 million at the worldwide box office (unfortunately, China didn't agree to release the movie, so it's unlikely to crack $500 million). Now, the Venom sequel is available on VOD platforms and Sony Pictures has shared the first seven minutes of the blockbuster.

This is a lot to give away from a 90-minute movie, but offers a much better idea of what to expect for fans who have yet to check it out. We get to see Shriek's origin story, meet Cletus Kasady, and even spend some time with Eddie Brock and his symbiote as they attempt to avoid Detective Patrick Mulligan.

The fact that so much story is crammed into this preview emphasises the breakneck pace of Andy Serkis' movie; that approach worked well, though, and we'd recommend giving the sequel a go if you haven't already.

"Venom: Let There Be Carnage is the ultimate Marvel movie; seeing Venom and Carnage clash is a comic book fan’s dream come true," we said in our review earlier this year"but the epic action is bolstered by incredible visuals, some big laughs, and a surprising amount of heart."

Check out the first seven minutes from the movie below: 
 


Watch our interview with Venom: Let There Be Carnage director Andy Serkis below:
 

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