Venom 2: Photos leaking from the sets revealing the storyline; Shows Eddie Brock Being Rescued By Another Symbiote

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After the superhero film Venom, the theater will be hit this year by Venom 2. It is cooking something for the followers without Avengers or a team-up superhero. It is there at the top of some most anticipated films list.

Venom 2: Opinion of audience and critics on film without Avengers

But the change in the upcoming from the original film, have divided the consumers. There are two types of groups now, the original film. 

According to the RottenTomatoes, the audience is ready to accept the change as 80% audience rating is given to satisfied. While, on the other hand, critics don’t seem happy from the decision as they have given it a 29% rating.

As the new concept offered a fresh take on the Venom character with effective comedic elements, there are high chances that followers will like it. 

With new director Andy Serkis on board along with stars Woody Harrelson and Naomi Harris, Venom 2 looks to significantly improve on its predecessor and win both fans and critics over.

Venom 2: Photos revealing the storyline

To maintain the confidentiality team is trying there level best. But is it possible to keep something away from the real fans? 

As the filming of Venom 2 is going on, set photos are also leaking. And these photos are revealing interesting goody about the project.

Recently, released a series of photos display Eddie Brock. The character is represented by Tom Hardy. The pictures reflect Eddie Brock getting saved by another figure, who based on the green-screen backdrop, is likely a symbiote.

Some of the rumors also say that this could be another character. Some also say that it could also be his symbiote breaking away from Brock to save the day.

It will be very interesting to see how the makers blend all of the new elements in Venom 2 and what will change in the original project which already did well.

Venom director Ruben Fleischer was removed from the sequel due to production issues from the first project.