In London, Sony hosted the “Fans First” event for the upcoming movie “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”. Along with the movie, the event also had another surprise for the fans. Tom Hardy along with the director Andy Serkis was also present at the fans’ first screening.
Tom Hardy asked the early viewers not to release any information about the movie, especially about the end credit scene. During the screening of the movie, the actor prefaced the screening and asked the fans to “promise” him that they will keep the end credits scene a secret in the theatre. And they will not reveal anything about it on social media.
This event was exclusively meant for Marvel moviegoers where they saw Venom Vs Carnage for the first time. After watching the movie, the earl viewers urged the fans to “stay until the very end”.
“There is something, possibly, at the end of this movie that you might see that has become something of a tradition in these movies. What you see here, when you leave here, let it stay here,” said Hardy. “Will you promise me that whatever you see at the end of this movie, during the credits, you will let it stay here and not tweet it?”
— Molly Dunne (@MDunneJohnson) September 14, 2021
This comes after the rumors about Spider-Man (Tom Holland) crossover of the MCU- Serkis says “of course” that’s something that can happen. While Hardy told the audience, “This one’s for you.”
The spoiler-free early reactions from the viewers call the movie “absolute carnage” and “complete and utter perfect chaos.” Although there has been a reported leak, the viewers urge the audience to not miss the credits.
This is what several early viewers had to say about the movie on social media without leaking any spoilers!
— Ready Cosplayer One (@readycosplayer1) September 14, 2021
— Sasha Carpet Scenes (@CarpetScenes) September 14, 2021
So (NO REVIEW ALLOWED till Sept 30th) but #VenomLetThereBeCarnage was a fun movie that better in parts to the ORGINAL. #Carnage and woody harrelson steal the show I just love him. The action was pretty entertaining but there is 1 scene that will make u go 😱😱 in a good way 😉 pic.twitter.com/Nc8xP434QQ
— BlackNezzy (@BlackNezzy) September 14, 2021
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will release in US theatres on October 1 and UK theatres on October 15.