Logan and Fantastic Four composer Marco Beltrami will provide the score for Andy Serkis’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
The upcoming Venom sequel was initially slated to hit theaters back in October before Sony moved the film back to this summer because of COVID-19. Now, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is moving forward in production with Film Music Reporter revealing that Marco Beltrami will be taking over composing duties from The Mandalorian‘s Ludwig Göransson for the sequel.
Before taking on Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Marco Beltrami was no stranger to the comic book genre, having done the musical scores for Logan, The Wolverine, Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four, and Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy. Beltrami has also earned two Academy Award nominations for his work on 3:10 To Yuma and The Hurt Locker.
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Here is the synopsis for the first Venom film:
The evolution story of Marvel’s most enigmatic, complex and badass character – Venom! Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is a broken man after he loses everything including his job and fiancée. Just when his life is at its lowest, he becomes host to an alien symbiote which results in extraordinary superpowers – transforming him into Venom. Will these powers be enough for this new lethal protector to defeat great evil forces, especially against the far stronger and more weaponized symbiote rival, Riot?
Directed by Ruben Fleischer from a script written by Jeff Pinkner & Scott Rosenberg and Kelly Marcel, Venom stars Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, Reid Scott, Jenny Slate, Ron Cephas Jones, and Woody Harrelson.
Venom is now available on Digital HD, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. Meanwhile, Let There Be Carnage is currently scheduled to open in theaters on June 25, 2021. Stay tuned for all the latest news regarding Venom 2 and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more content!
Source: Film Music Reporter
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