RUMOR: Carnage’s Role In ‘VENOM’ Has Been Revealed (MAJOR SPOILERS)

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Just this week the first teaser trailer for Sony’s Venom was released and while it didn’t reveal much it is great to see more of the film. And while the film is due to be released this year we honestly don’t know much about the film, with a majority of it still a mystery. The biggest mystery of the film being; what role will Carnage play in the film? But now thanks to an exclusive from That Hashtag Show we may finally have the answer, but read at your own discretion as major spoiler are below.


According to That Hashtag Show while the film is set to revolve around Venom and the Life Foundation, Carnage will not be appearing in the main body of the film. Rather near the end of the film, possibly during a post credits scene, Eddie Brock will find himself in San Quentin prison. In San Quentin, Eddie Brock will be introduced to the host of Carnage, Cletus Kasady, who is a patient of Dr. Ashley Kafka. Reportedly, during the meeting between Kasady and Brock, a portion of Brock’s symbiote will begin to make its way towards Kasady before the screen will cut to black.

Based on this report it seems that the studio is setting up huge potential for a sequel featuring Venom facing off against Carnage. As of now we have no news on who could be playing Kasady but it will be interesting to see who will stand-off against Tom Hardy’s Brock. Do be aware however that this is still unconfirmed and is juts a rumor so take this with a grain of salt.

Would you like to see Carnage appear in Venom? Let us know what you think at SuperBroMovies on Twitter! – Jacob Campbell

Source: That Hashtag Show

Venom is set to swing into theaters on October 5, 2018


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