Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Corrected entry: Cletus Kassidy's hair has gone from fluffed out and messed up looking from the ending scene of the previous movie to neatly trimmed here.


Correction: This movie doesn't begin where the previous one ended. Kasady simply got a haircut between movies.


Audio problem: It is well-established that the symbiote can communicate with Eddie telepathically and others do not hear it. However, it can also speak normally and does so plenty of times; when the two are arguing in the bathroom of the prison, we see that Venom opens its mouth and move its 'lips', which would mean the woman in the stall and Detective Mulligan can hear him - which makes no sense in the scene. (00:06:30)


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Trivia: There is an extra scene after the credits roll with Tom Hardy talking to Venom in a hotel room. It then flashes to the TV where Spiderman's true identity is revealed.

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Question: How did Patrick Mulligan get a piece of a symbiote? He was killed by Shriek, not by a piece of Carnage.

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Answer: It is deliberately never shown on screen, so unless it gets answered in a sequel the audience is left to speculate. Mulligan does come into direct contact with Carnage since Cletus is the person who kidnapped him. In addition, the fight between Venom and Carnage takes place all over the church with the pair constantly stabbing, slashing, and bludgeoning each other. A piece of either symbiote could be somewhere in that building. Again, though this is just speculation since it's never shown how Mulligan is infected.


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