Venom 2 releases the movie’s deleted ending scene

A deleted scene from Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage explores the love (or the abundant “like”) between Venom and Eddie Brock.

A deleted scene from Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let there be carnage has arrived ahead of the film’s upcoming home release.

The scene finds Eddie Brock and Venom sitting on a beach while the symbiote asks his host where they are going. When Eddie says “anywhere who needs a lethal protector, I suppose,” Venom replies excitedly that Eddie will need a cloak and a mask. The conversation then shifts to emotions, with Eddie telling Venom that he does not actually love him. Venom, however, is not easy to convince when he exclaims, “You love me!”

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Let there be bloodshed picks up where the first Married escaped where Eddie met Cletus Kasady and unknowingly helped create Carnage. However, even director Andy Serkis has made it clear that the film was always intended as a kind of love story.

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“The film is a love story – but not the love story you might think. It’s very much about the extraordinary relationship between symbiote and host,” Serkis explained in September. “Every love affair has its pitfalls, its highs and lows; Venom and Eddie’s relationship absolutely causes problems and stress, and they have an almost hatred for each other. But they have to be with each other – they can not live without each other. It’s camaraderie – love – the things that relationships are really about. “

Of course, without a doubt the greatest takeaway from Let there be bloodshed was the film’s post-credit scene where Eddie and Venom were apparently transported to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “There was a lot of coordination – and if you do not know the whole coordination yet, I will not be the one to tell you – but yes, between Sony and Marvel and Married the team and [Spider-Man:] No way home team, “said Marvel Studios president / Marvel Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige as he discussed how the scene was coordinated between the two studios.” We worked on it together. “

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Despite the careful coordination, however, not everyone knows where it is going from here. “I really do not know,” Spider-Man / Peter Parker actor Tom Holland said recently. “It was really exciting to be a part of that film. It’s clear that Tom Hardy is one of the best actors in the world. I’m happy to say he’s a nice guy. But I have not. thought so much about it. “

Venom: Let there be carnage coming on digital platforms on November 23rd and on Blu-ray, 4K UHD and DVD on December 14th.

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