Eddie Brock’s (Tom Hardy) ex, Anne Weying (played by Michelle Williams), briefly transformed into comic book character She-Venom in Ruben Fleischer’s Venom, a surprise treat for fans that was no doubt one of the coolest moments in the movie. And it looks like we may be getting more She-Venom in director Andy Serkis‘ hotly-anticipated Venom: Let There Be Carnage, as a new teaser poster teases her return!
Sony’s Columbia Pictures today shared a quartet of art for the forthcoming Venom sequel that gives each of the four stars their own character poster.
Here’s why that’s interesting: the first two posters show Tom Hardy transforming into Venom and Woody Harrelson into Carnage, while a third hypes the inclusion of Shriek (played by Naomi Harris), Carnage’s sonic-powered accomplice and eventual love interest. She-Carnage if you will. Why else would Williams’ Anne Weying get her own character poster unless she’s once again transforming into She-Venom? The silhouette on the art appears to confirm this and what would be cooler than She-Venom and She-Carnage battling it out right alongside their significant others?!
Sony Pictures will now release Venom: Let There Be Carnage exclusively in theaters on October 1st. The studio is putting some huge weight into the release, touting a 3D release alongside the film taking over all IMAX screens.