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New “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” Clip Reveals New Villain Shriek

Talk about a noise violation.

While the human host/alien symbiote combatants of Eddie Brock/Venom (Tom Hardy) and Cletus Kasady/Carnage (Woody Harrelson) are the main event in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, they’re not the only heavies in town. A new clip from director Andy Serkis’s upcoming sequel reveals Naomie Harris’s Frances Barrison, who also goes by Shriek. True to her name, Shriek’s weapon is sound. She’s able to suck all the sound out of a given space and weaponize it. Be afraid.

Shriek represents a major problem for Eddie Brock. It would be hard enough for him and his “roommate” Venom to take on Cletus Kasady/Carnage alone, but Shriek and Kasady are an item. Think Harley Quinn and the Joker, only somehow even crazier. Once the two are reunited, Eddie and Venom will be in dire straits.

Let There Be Carnage picks up where Ruben Fleischer’s 2018 original left off. Eddie and Venom are trying to learn to live together but still must rise to the occasion to fight Kasady and his bigger, badder alien symbiote Carnage. With Shriek taking up with Carnage, that means Venom will likely need a little help from Michelle Williams’ Anne Weying, who has been known to get her monster on, too (as She-Venom, of course). Here’s hoping the four of them go out on the worst double date in history.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage screams into theaters on October 1. Check out the new clip below.

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Featured image: An image from “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.” Courtesy Sony Pictures.

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