Spider-Man and Tony Stark Help Eddie Brock Fight Carnage in Venom 2 Concept Trailer

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As fans wait for the long-awaited live-action debut of Carnage in the Venom sequel, a fan took matters into his own hands and created an epic concept trailer.

The creator, Billy Crammer, definitely gives the character the dark and gritty take he deserves. There is a horror and gruesome element to it that Carnage will definitely be right at home in.

In this trailer, Crammer sees Cletus Kasady pushing the city down to its knees with his violence unchecked and his unstoppable powers. He even treats us with an impressive design for his Carnage form.

The best part about this concept trailer is that it also brings Tom Holland's Peter Parker and even Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark into the fold. The fan imagines the two helping Venom in taking down Carnage in this Venom sequel, but not before they themselves clash. Here, the iconic "turn in the wind" scene in Venom puts Spider-Man as the hungry symbiote's meal. Watch the video below.

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Unfortunately, this one may not come to pass as Marvel president Kevin Feige has been adamant about keeping the two universes separate. It probably wouldn't help that there is a litany of characters they can introduce instead now that the Fox acquisition is complete.

Woody Harrelson is going to bring Carnage to life in Venom 2. It looks like the film isn't going to downplay the ruthlessness of the character anyway since the corpses of his victims are a laughing matter to him.

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The villain's entrance was teased in the post-credits scene in the first film, where he warns Eddie during an interview that he will escape from prison and that there will be "carnage." From what fans have seen so far, they are liking the True Detective alum's take on the character, but the horrendous wig seems to be a major distraction.

A release date for Venom 2 hasn't been announced yet

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