Venom: Let There Be Carnage director Andy Serkis has said that the movie’s rave scene serves as an âouting nightâ for the alien symbiote.
Venom: let there be carnage Director Andy Serkis said the sequel includes an “exit party” for the alien symbiote, adding that the central theme of the film is the “love story” between Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and Venom.
In an interview with Uproxx, Serkis opened on Venom the sequel’s rave scene, in which Venom attends a costume party without his human host following an argument. The director said the original idea was to invite the titular superhero to attend a “carnival of the damned,” but Hardy and co-writer Kelly Marcel “were still about Venom coming out and going to a party that was very much of the LGBTQIA kind of festival, really, I would call it, and so that’s its basically release party. It’s the Venom release party. “
When asked to clarify if the rave scene featured Venom “coming out,” Serkis replied, “Well, going out, being out … What’s interesting is that it is. like, here it’s sort of, he says in the movie, ‘we have to stop this cruel treatment of aliens.’ He said, ‘You know, we all live on that stone ball,’ you know? And so he inadvertently becomes a kind of … he speaks for the other. He speaks for the freedom of the other.
Serkis then commented on the idea that Eddie and Venom “are in love” in the sequel, saying, “Absolutely, they love each other and that’s the kind of center of the movie that is this love story, this story. love center. âThe director previously touched on Eddie and Venom’s close bond in the production notes of Venom: let there be carnage, calling the film a “love story”.
âIt’s basically about the amazing relationship between the symbiote and the host,â Serkis said. âEvery love story has its pitfalls and its strengths and weaknesses; Venom and Eddie’s relationship absolutely causes problems and stress, and they have a near-hate for each other. But they have to. being together – they can’t live without each other. It’s the camaraderie – the love – the things that really refer to relationships. “
2018 Venom Likewise alludes to the deep bond between the titular symbiote and its human host, even including a scene in which Eddie and Venom kiss, but it looks like the sequel will develop their intimate relationship.
Venom: let there be carnage hits theaters October 1.
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