Venom: Let There Be Carnage is hitting theaters soon, and expectations have risen over time. The 2018 film was a box office success but not exactly a hit with critics and the press, garnering comments divided by plot details. Once again, Sony executives intend to sell the sequel to a larger audience, avoiding friction with risque scenes. New information reveals that Let There Be Carnage It will be rated PG-13 and is final.
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Through a new file from the Motion Picture Association, shared on social networks by multiple anonymous accounts, including Marvel Updates on Twitter, it is confirmed that Venom: Let There Be Carnage It may be viewed by minors accompanied by an adult. The MPA is the organization that is in charge of classifying the films that are released in the United States, always seeking to ensure the interests of the studios but also for a healthy consumption in the seventh art. Bulletin number 2696, published this September 1, places Venom 2 like a movie that can be seen by almost the whole family.
The PG-13 rating comes with the following warning: “Parents strongly advised. Some material [de esta película]may be inappropriate for children under the age of 13. ” Venom – 35% of 2018 was also sold as PG-13, although months before it had been said that it would be R (inappropriate language, sexual content / nudity and violence); Sony executives changed the ranking almost at the last minute and this in part allowed them to exceed $ 800 million in global revenue. It seems that they seek to repeat the feat with Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
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It is necessary to mention that the PG-13 classification does not exclude Venom 2 violence and action, strong language, disturbing material and suggestive references, so it is strongly recommended that minors do not view it on their own. Sony is well aware of the potential Venom has on the big screen and that is why it seeks to make the most of it despite the obstacles it has encountered along the way. Let There Be Carnage It has a chance to be a good launch for 2021 despite the global crisis and we will witness its capacity very soon.
Developed entirely by Sony, some wonder if these characters (Eddie Brock / Venom) played by Tom Hardy will have a chance to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Recall that the same studio has collaborated on the Spider-Man films with Tom Holland, in fact, it has under its power almost all the rights to the character on the big screen; this is why many fans dream of seeing Brock and Parker in the same movie.
The one that reinforces the hope for the above is Spider-Man: Without a Road Home, a film that will hit theaters at the end of the year and whose first trailer confirmed the presence of Doctor Octopus in his version embodied by Alfred Molina. The above means that Tobey Maguire’s films are canon in the MCU, even those of Andrew Garfield, which is why the chances with Venom in the hit franchise are very positive. The truth is that only time will tell us the truth regarding the decisions of Sony and Marvel Studios.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage opens in theaters on October 15. Spider-Man: No Way Home It will hit theaters on December 17 to close the year with a flourish. Which one will take the highest position in the global box office?
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