Experience Maximum Carnage in IMAX

October 12th, 2021Experience Maximum Carnage in IMAX

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The sequel to the Sony Spider-verse, VENOM: LET THE BE CARNAGE is finally here and we have two big reasons why you need to experience it in IMAX® at AMC®. Directed by Andy Serkis, starring Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams and featuring Naomie Harris as Shriek.

Andy Serkis has ample experience creating incredible characters, like Gollum (LORD OF THE RINGS) and Caesar (THE PLANET OF THE APES) for the big screen, and the attention to detail in the visual and audio design of Venom and Carnage are remarkable. In addition to his acting credit, Hardy also received his first story credit as co-writer of the movie. Prepare to immerse yourself in the intense action and maximum carnage in IMAX.

Venom’s Aggression

Tom Hardy returns to the big screen as one of MARVEL’s greatest and most complex characters, Venom. Feeling trapped inside Eddie's body and overcome with his constant need for aggression, Venom meets his most deadly challenge yet, Carnage. With San Francisco as the picturesque backdrop, we experience incredible fight sequences between Venom and Carnage that use the entire screen and amplify the enormous scale of the symbiotes while immersing you in the fight.

Carnage’s Scream

The sound in IMAX elevates the movie experience and we can only describe the scream from Carnage as, SO LOUD. Unlike Venom, whose voice is coming from within Eddie, Carnage's scream is a piercing sound that surrounds you as he creates chaos. In addition to the sound design of Carnage, the visual style and design of the character is really unique compared to Venom. The version of the symbiote is more fluid and athletic looking compared to the brut strength of Venom, which is amplified with immersive IMAX experience.

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