The highly anticipated sequel from Sony Poison: Let there be slaughter will be released two weeks earlier than the previous date, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film now opens on October 1st instead of October 15th and starts against Warner Bros. ‘ Sopranos precursor The many saints of Newark and United Artists’ The Addams Family 2.

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Poison: Let there be slaughter sees the return of Tom Hardy “as the deadly protector of Venom, one of Marvel’s most complex characters,” the executive summary. “The film, directed by Andy Serkis, also stars Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris and Woody Harrelson in the role of the villain Cletus Kasady / Carnage.”

The sequel, written by Kelly Marcel based on a story by Marcel and Hardy, will also feature Reid Scott as Dr. Play Dan Lewis, Peggy Lu as Mrs. Chen and BAFTA candidate Stephen Graham as Detective Mulligan.

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Based on the Marvel character of Todd McFarlane, David Michelinie, Randy Schueller, Roger Stern, Tom DeFalco, Mike Zeck and Ron Frenz, Poison: Let there be slaughter is produced by Hardy, Marcel, Avi Arad, Matt Tolmach, Amy Pascal and Hutch Parker.

Debut in 2018, Poison Directed by Ruben Fleischer. It also played Riz Ahmed as Carlton Drake / Riot. Despite negative reviews from critics, the film grossed over $ 800 million worldwide.