The first trailer for “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” dropped today and the clip brings us our first glimpse of Carnage who is dead set on wreaking havoc. Cletus Kasady, played by Woody Harrelson, will bring the red symbiote, on-screen and fill the city with his much destructive impulses.

“Yummy”

Eddie Brock and his symbiote companion, Venom, are back with their hilarious and manic relationship. Viewers get to see Venom early on in what seems to be the symbiote’s way of making a caustic breakfast for his partner. Fans of the show can expect more sidesplitting bickerings and a delightful relationship between the two.

Shriek

Naomie Harris is turning into Shriek, Kasady's love interest, and it’ll be interesting to see how Venom can get hold of the two without wrecking the town. Fans have yet to know how Shriek will play a part in the plot, but, comic readers anticipate how Kasady will bump into her. Probably on the onset of his violent escape from Ravencroft. Viewers see two silhouettes walking when Ravencroft was on fire.

Little Easter Eggs to Spider-Man

Did you see Kasady and how he squished those spiders? Fans have been speculating whether Spider-Man would make a cameo for the movie, but, according to Techradar, that move will be unlikely. But, it’s nice that the movie makes subtle hints about Peter Parker’s world. Still, everyone’s crossing fingers. Also, Detective Mulligan is seen reading the Daily Bugle!

Venom’s tribute to Stan Lee

In the first film, Stan Lee made a cameo as a dog-walker who talked to Brock. In Carnage, viewers can see Venom fixing a magazine with Lee’s face on it on a newspaper stand. It’s one way to pay tribute to the legendary comic creator.

Woody Harrelson red wig is gone

Notably, this is half of what the internet is talking about. Harrelson’s wig from the first movie is gone and brought many “thumbs up” from film websites and viewers as well.

“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” was scheduled to hit theaters in October 2020, but due to the coronavirus outbreak, it was postponed until June 25, 2021. The film was once again postponed in March, and it will now drop in cinemas on Sept. 24.

Venom Let There Be Carnage The first trailer for “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” dropped today and the clip brings us our first glimpse of Carnage who is dead set on wreaking havoc. Venom: Let There Be Carnage Official Poster