The premiere of the blockbuster “Venom 2” was postponed again

Sony Pictures has announced that it is again postponing the premiere of the blockbuster “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” in theaters, Variety reports.

The sequel to “Venom” starring Tom Hardy, which was already postponed several times due to the pandemic, was supposed to be released on big screens on September 24. Now it will be released on October 15.

According to the publication, the release of one of the most anticipated films of the year is delayed due to the increase in the number of cases of “delta,” a strain of coronavirus in the United States. The audience is afraid to go to the cinemas, and the distributors do not want to risk the box office, including the international market.

The upcoming Marvel blockbuster, directed by Andy Serkis, will tell how reporter Eddie Brock (Hardy) is trying to find a common language with an alien symbiote named Venom. But the main threat to both will be the maniac Cletus Casady (Woody Harrelson), aka the supervillain Carnage.

A serial killer and a madman also acquire a symbiote similar to Venom and now dreams of organizing a massacre.

The first part of “Venom” was a commercial success. With a budget of $ 100 million, the film grossed 856 million.

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