The epic trailer gave fans a sneak peek of the strides made by Tom Hardy's 'Eddie Brock' and sentient alien symbiote 'Venom' in co-existing, despite having some difficulties getting along in the first film, with a humorous opening scene, set to the classic soundtrack 'One' by Three Dog Night, where Venom attempts to make breakfast for Eddie but ends up making more of a mess with his long black tentacles.
The trailer also gave fans a first proper look at Eddie/Venom's enemy in the sequel: Woody Harrelson's 'Cletus Kasady' aka 'Carnage'.
The villain 'Carnage' was teased in the end credits of the first Venom film. While Eddie interviewed serial killer Cletus Kasady, and he delivered the line "There's gonna be carnage", which foreshadowed his future appearance in the Venom universe.
Take a look at the highly anticipated trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage below
When is Venom: Let There Be Carnage out?
The sequel was originally set for release in October 2020 but faced some major delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, but now the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 origin story is set to premiere September 17 2021.