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'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' Fan-made Poster Shows Spider-Man Being Eaten, Take A Look

'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' has been garnering a lot of attention from fans. But this latest fan-made poster has shocked many of them. Read on.

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All thanks to the success of the first film, Venom, the makers of the movie are moving in full speed to put together an entire series based on Spider-Man villain movies. The sequel to Venom is currently in the making as well. The makers recently announced that the sequel will be titled, Let There Be Carnage.

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Venom’s fan-made poster shows Spider-Man being eaten

With the introduction of Venom into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there has been a lot of buzz among fans whether Tom Holland aka Spider-Man will be seen in Let There Be Carnage or no. Tom Hardy Aka Venom recently caused quite a stir on social media after he posted an image of Venom attacking Spider-Man. The image was then quickly deleted but fans have not stopped talking about it.

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One of the fans of Venom has now decided to take this new information a notch higher. Recently, a picture of Venom eating Spider-Man has surfaced on the internet. The picture will send chills down any Spider-Man fan where a deadly, huge Venom is seen eating off a helpless Spider-Man’s head.

Check out the poster here:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Yadvender Singh Rana (@ultraraw26) on

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However, one can be sure, even if Tom Holland aka Spider-Man makes a cameo in the upcoming Venom sequel then he will not be getting his head cut off. There is also a very good chance that the upcoming Venom sequel will be R-rated. The makers have said that due to the success of an R-rated Joker, the option is kept available. The Venom sequel, Let There Be Carnage was supposed to be released in October 2020 but has now been pushed to June 2021.

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