Sony’s ‘Venom’ Sequel Moves to Fall Release

‘Venom’ new movie will arrive in the theatre a bit later. The next movie titled, ‘VenomLet There Be Carnage’ will now be released on September 17 instead of June 25, the earlier premiere date.

 

Venom (a CGI-enhanced Tom Hardy) invites a robber (Sam Medina) out for a bite, while the bodega-keeper (Vickie Eng) looks on.

 

Venom: Let There Be Carnage will now go on Sept. 17 instead of June 25 now that Universal is moving F9 onto the Sony/Marvel summer date from Memorial Day weekend.

The Venom sequel will have the full suite of 3D, Imax and premium large format screens. Previously Sony had the Man From Toronto on Sept. 17. That film is now TBD for the time being. Also opening on Sept. 17 is another sequel: Universal/Dreamworks Animation’s The Boss Baby: Family Business.

While theaters have been closed for the better part of a year in much of the U.S., bigger markets like Los Angeles and New York are beginning to reopen in stages. L.A. venues saw their first butts in seats just this week, as they were allowed to reopen at 25% capacity or 100 people whichever was less — with social distancing, of course.

 

via Deadline

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