There were rumors about change release date for Venom continued (again) for a while, while Hollywood watched Labor Day it weakened test the trust of the audience return to American cinemas after an increasing number of cases of the delta virus virus COVID-19. It turned out that those rumors were true … but not in the way many people expected.
Sony has indeed updated the release date for Venom: Let there be a massacre, from his former release date October 15th. However, unlike previous rumors, the studio is not postponing the film, a recurring theme for fall 2021, as the season has caused audience hesitation and an increase in COVID-19 cases in key states, as seen in Hollywood struggling with even greater disorders. Instead of that, Let there be a massacre decided that Carnage would come two weeks earlier, and the film will now be released on October 1st.
As Rock reports, according to previous rumors Sony has been considering a potential exit from 2021 as a whole for the sequel to Andy Serkis hit surprise 2018. But later Shang-Chi annulled all previous estimates to bring in a whopping $ 90 million over Labor weekend over the weekend – during a record-breaking, pandemic or otherwise – the studio believes Marvel fans are willing to address the mandate of masks and vaccines to return to theaters in early fall. The sequel, starring returnees Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson as Eddie Brock / Venom and Cletus Kasady / Carnage, will be the opposite of their own past records: the original Venom, after a mixed critical reception, recorded the second best October premiere record with a debut of $ 80.2 million (actually holding the record for a year, until Jokerdebut 2019). Time will tell how Let there be a massacre tariffs – after all, renewed trust or otherwise is a pandemic is still happening – but Sony is at least confident that where Marvel heroes go, their fans will follow.
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