A Deleted Scene from Venom: Let There Be Carnage Reveals Woody Harrelson’s Brutal Revenge


A Deleted Scene from Venom: Let There Be Carnage Reveals Woody Harrelson’s Brutal Revenge

Sony is progressively releasing the numerous goodies that come with Venom: Let There Be Carnage now that it is available for purchase on digital platforms. Tuesday morning, ComicBook.com debuted an exclusive first look at the film’s visual effects development reel, and now a new deleted clip showing the sequel’s adversary has appeared online.

When Carnage ejects himself from Kasady, Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) and Shriek (Naomie Harris) are seen planning their next steps in the deleted scene. He then goes on to describe his ideas to establish a “superior race” of human-symbiote hybrids on Earth. Long-time fans of Carnage and other Spider-Man-related characters may notice parallels to Knull, one of Marvel Comics’ most terrifying villains in recent years.

Carnage’s intentions are explained in the deleted clip, which you can view for yourself here.

Despite the fact that Sony has yet to officially approve a third Venom film, Hardy has stated that it has always been in the works.

“These things [typically]occur in threes,” Hardy told DigitalSpy before. “If there is to be another one – and they are highly dependent on the success of each one, so you can’t count on them ever happening again – each one must be as good as the last. But I believe it is critical to approach something with the mindset that one, two, and three are the same… the same plot, the same film. So you don’t get caught off guard when you suddenly have to accomplish a third task out of nowhere. There has to be some continuity through the third, fourth, and fifth acts, and it’s fine if someone says no. You move on to something new after letting it go.” Before its formal home media release on December 14th, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is currently accessible digitally.

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