Venom: Let There Be Carnage director Andy Serkis confirms that Shriek will appear in the film and explains what makes her so dangerous.
Poison: Let there be slaughter Director Andy Serkis confirms that Shriek is in the movie and explains what motivates the dangerous character.
Serkis spoke with IGN about Poison 2 trailer released today, offering the first look at Woody Harrelson’s Carnage in action after he was teased in the first film’s post-credits scene. The director not only confirmed that Poison It’s not set in the MCU, but he also talked about Shriek’s characterization, confirming that the comic book character is in the movie.
“She is a damaged soul and has really suffered in her childhood, but there is a real vulnerability in her, and she is suffering a lot … She has been living in isolation for years, years and years,” Serkis said. “With all these characters, what is so beautifully drawn about them is that they are multifaceted, they are totally truthful and believable, and yet … She is also dangerous and I think she has her own sense of justice and just being, And I think when that line is crossed, you see a very, very dangerous dark side to her, and that’s what we wanted to do with the character. “
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Created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Lim, Shriek debuted in 1993 Unlimited spider man # 1. A Spider-Man villain and lover of Cletus Kasady, Shriek can manipulate sound. Eventually she gains her own symbiote, making her even more powerful. In the comics, she is a mutant, which will obviously change for the movie if she has powers. Rumors point to her being another symbiote host in the film, and Naomie Harris is believed to be playing the character. Harris’s role has not been officially confirmed, but her scenes in the new trailer further indicate that she will be Shriek.
Little is known about the plot of the new film, but the trailer shows that Brock will once again try to handle the murderous symbiote and play hero. The assassin Kasady is unlikely to do the same, creating the conflict between Venom and Carnage. Meanwhile, Michelle Williams will return as Anne Weying, who herself gains a symbiote in the comics. Multiple symbiotes were seen in the first movie, so the sequel could unleash more alien creatures in search of hosts.
Directed by Andy Serkis, Poison: Let there be slaughter stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock / Venom, Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady / Carnage, Michelle Williams as Anne Weying, Reid Scott as Dr. Dan Lewis, Naomie Harris, Stephen Graham, Sean Delaney, and Larry Olubamiwo. The film hits theaters on September 17.
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