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"Venom" Sequel Gets Title, Release Date, Dunked On

It's hard to imagine that in 2018, Venom looked like it would be a monstrous bomb. Poor reviews and bad trailers didn't instill confidence in skeptical moviegoers--nor did Tom Hardy telling journalists that the film had about 30 to 40 minutes hacked off at the last second.

But boy, were they wrong. Turns out, not only were people ready for an anti-hero who jumps in lobster tanks for no reason, they were horny for it.

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$850 million and two years later, people are ready for a sequel, and Sony, desperate to keep that Spider-man money rolling in, wants to give it to them. And so, yesterday afternoon, Sony Pictures said, "Let there be Carnage." And it was…dunked on.

Yup, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is the title of the film, and it might be the perfect name for the titular character, considering Woody Harrelson's wig in the first film. Harrelson plays Cletus Kasady, the man who would be Carnage, who is basically a crazier version of Venom, which is kind of what they did in the first movie, but whatever. We got our first look at the character in the _Venom_'s post-credits scene, looking like Raggedy Anne in jailcell.

Many aren't too crazy about the name, either. Since its announcement yesterday, Let There Be Carnage has become the subject of much criticism and mockery online.

But still, maybe it's a good title?

Regardless of where you fall in the great "Let There Be Carnage" debate, the film has been pushed back until summer 2021, so you'll have plenty of time to make fun of it.

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