The hour of carnage is postponed again

Studios are still adjusting their schedules to bring their movies to theaters in 2021, and Sony is no different. Just over a week after the studio set another date for Venom: Carnage Time, we now have another postponement – however, don’t worry, Lethal Protector fans. This time around, it’s just a small adjustment so that the film doesn’t directly compete with another big superhero production.

Last week, the studio decided that the film will be released on September 17, 2021. However, we now have information that the film will be released on September 24, 2021. With that, there is only one week difference between the previous announced date and current date. The film is set to debut alongside The Many Saints of Newark (the prequel to The Sopranos), Dear Evan Hansen and Infinite.

This decision is believed to have been made to keep the film from releasing another great superhero feature, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Recently, Disney played the film for the month of September ( and yet there is no specific date announced), after the postponement of the launch of Black Widow to July 2021.

Woody Harrelson will return to play Cletus Kasady the Carnage.

In Venom: Time of Carnage, we continue the story of Eddie Brock. This time, he’ll have to face off against a manic foe – Cletus Kasady – who conquers his own alien symbiote and becomes the Degenerate Carnage. The film will be directed by Andy Serkis. In the cast, Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams and Woody Harrelson return.

Venom: Time of Carnage is set to hit US theaters on September 24, 2021. We don’t yet know the film’s release date in Brazil.

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