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  • Official Trailer
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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Tom Hardy returns to the big screen as the lethal protector Venom, one of MARVEL’s greatest and most complex characters. Directed by Andy Serkis, the film also stars Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris and Woody Harrelson, in the role of the villain Cletus Kasady/Carnage.

Cast

  • Tom Hardy
  • Woody Harrelson
  • Michelle Williams
  • Naomie Harris
  • Reid Scott
  • Stephen Graham
  • William W. Barbour
  • Peggy Lu

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Metacritic

70
Sep 30, 2021

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a grander spectacle than the mediocre 2018 original, offering monster-movie mayhem with a welcome sense of humour about its own ludicrousness.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
50
Sep 30, 2021

The film does develop the chemistry between the titular alien and the human he’s forced to inhabit while inside Earth’s atmosphere. But the distinctiveness of this buddy-movie bond is often drowned out by giant set pieces of CG mayhem that feel exactly like those found in the good guys’ movies.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
30
Sep 30, 2021

Fundamentally, its creators course corrected from the first movie a bit too drastically. Where Venom was a grim body horror movie with a very broad and sometimes extremely silly comic performance at its center, Let There Be Carnage is practically a romantic comedy between Eddie Brock and Venom.

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer
ScreenCrush