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    Venom: Let there be Carnage; 10 trailer Easter Eggs.

    Venom: Let there be Carnage; 10 trailer Easter Eggs.

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    Venom: Let there be carnage trailer has dropped and it has given us quite a taste for the movie to come. Although, there is still no spidey in this film, unless you count the tiny spider that was squashed in the trailer. Thanks to the Sony and Marvel deal, this movie takes place in a different universe than the spidey films but that doesn’t rule out spider-man making an appearance in future films.

    Multiverse exploration opens the door and allows for Spider-man to travel to this universe and potentially run into both Venom and Carnage. For that, we may have to wait and see what No Way Home brings. Just don’t have your hopes up for this movie.

    Anyway, let’s check out the trailer to see all the teases and easter eggs for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

    First Look; Trailer:

    10  Easter Eggs & Takeaways from the Trailer

    1. Brock and Venom’s relationship

    Now, that they share a body, they have to come up with ground rules for how to coexist. One major rule that Venom still seems to struggle with is the No Eating People, rule which has been prominently scrawled on a pizza box hung on the wall.

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    Venom: Let there be carnage, easter eggs from the trailer
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    Everything appears to be chaos where Venom is concerned; he has taken to cooking if you can call that monstrosity a meal.

    Venom: Let there be carnage, easter eggs from the trailer
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    Everything is all over the place and Venom is singing “Let’s call the whole thing off” which could mean that everything isn’t going as smoothly for them. 

    2.Mrs. Chen

    still remains a focal point for the duo. After protecting her against a robber, Mrs. Chen seems to be pretty chummy with both Eddie Brock and Venom (Tom Hardy).

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    That is, until she fails to deliver the shipment of Chocolate. Then, Venom proclaims, “I am happy to eat Mrs. Chen.” Needless to say, Venom takes chocolate very serious.

    What is the deal with chocolate?

    Why? Venom’s hunger for brains is actually a biological thirst for phenethylamine – a stimulant that symbiotes apparently need yet can’t produce naturally. The Symbiotes acquire it from the human brain. Phenethylamine is also present in Chocolate as a mood booster and could be a supplement or replacement when he’s told not to eat people. Without chocolate, Venom must acquire it from eating a human brain.

    3. Easter Egg: Sale 50 –

    may be for a variant cover of Spider-man which included Venom, with the tagline Venom No More.

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    Venom: Let there be carnage, easter eggs from the trailer
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    4. Cletus Kasady:

    First Look & brief background. Cletus is being played by Woody Harrelson. The Fictional supervillain appeared in in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 as the first and most infamous host of the Carnage symbiote, an offspring of Venom.

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    Different Origin Stories?

    In the comics, Kasady recieved the symbiote due to sharing a cell with Eddie Brock. But, this trailer doesn’t not specify how Kasady will receive the Symbiote but a good guess could be from Brock’s visits to his Jail cell, as he does a story on him. 

    5. Daily Bugle –

    A nod to Spidey. However, this one says West Coast Edition and it’s clear they are puting a distance from the two “worlds” that is now digital in the Tom Holland films. Also, the logo is different but similiar to the Raimi’s Trilogy which featured Topher Grace as Venom.

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    Avengers Reference

    In that same scene, as he closes the paper, there is a quick shot of a headline piece of it spells ENGERS which is definitely a nod at the Avengers which could be their way “connecting” to the MCU without being official. Or, more likely, it could be a reference to Carnage’s appearance in the Avengers‘ Comics. Now, if we zoom in on Detective Mulligan’s left shoulder, another easter egg appears in the form of E. Larson.

    6. Easter Egg: E. Larson.

    Erik Larsen is an artist for Marvel Comics.

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    E. Larsen is an artist for the Amazing Spider comic series. Venom: Let there be carnage, easter eggs from the trailer Sony | In Asssociation for Marvel

    “E. Larson” is a tribute to artist Erik Larsen, who did the artwork in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man‘ comics right after Venom co-creator Todd McFarlane left the series.

    7. Ravencroft Institute

    for the Crimally Insane – supervillians. Of course, it is also noteable because Cletus Kasady was born here before moved to St. Estes Home for boys for displaying violent behavior. 

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    Ravencroft Institute for the criminally Insane Venom: Let there be carnage, easter eggs from the trailer Sony | In Asssociation for Marvel

    8. Francis Barrison

    or as her alter ego Shriek was introduced in “Maximum Carnage,” and was depicted in that storyline as Carnage’s love interest. Shriek is also important because of one of her superpowers is a high pitch shriek and it is the one thing that can be disruptive to a symbiote, which is definitely going to appear in the movie.

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    9. Carnage:

    First Look. The trailer gives us two clear looks at Carnage and it looks pretty bada**.

    Carnage’s
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    The shot is this leonardo Divinci inspired look. The stainglass background is straight from the comics; Web of Venom: Cult of Carnage

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    10. Stan Lee

    still makes a cameo posthumously in the form of a magazine cover.

    Stan Lee
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    Bonus. Easter Egg: A Spider. Along came a spider and Cletus Kasady crushed it. A spider appears as he pens a postcard to Eddie Brock. In the comics, Carnage and Spider-man have had several battles.

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    A spider (not spider-man) makes a cameo.
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    Obviously, this easter egg is to pay tribute to Spider-man, which isn’t currently involved in the film. Due to copywrite issues, will not using Spider-man. However, It could be hinting at Spider-man appearing sometime in the future. Per the new agreement, they are currently sharing Spider-man. 

    What was your favorite moment from the trailer?

    VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE  arrives only in theaters on September 24, 2021.

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