As Hollywood slowly begins to ramp back up production, when Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be able to finish work remains a question mark.
Before the Coronavirus pandemic shut down every TV show and movie, Venom: Let There Be Carnage had thankfully completed principal photography. Now comes the question of when the inevitable pickups and reshoots will occur.
Speaking with Vanity Fair, producer Dan Wilson shed some light on the situation saying, “Nobody wants to go into an environment that’s going to be risky and that goes for crew members too. It’s not just talent. It’s everybody involved on set.” Wilson went on to add, “There’s a nervousness and that’s natural and understandable. In the plans that we’ve discussed, they’ve certainly taken that into account and we’ll see when we get there, I guess.”
Wilson did confirm that director Andy Serkis is currently working on post-production remotely, so things are definitely not frozen in place. The issue is that every firm of this scale ends up needing pickups and reshoots, and we just have to hope those can be accomplished safely and in a timely manner.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will hit theaters on June 25, 2021.
SOURCE: Vanity Fair