Sony's "Venom: Let there be Carnage" Confirmed to be Released in 3D

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Although the future of 3D is still in question after Covid-19 almost destroyed the theater business (as well as proved to have an annoying fog problem for those wearing masks), it seems Sony intends to release "Venom: Let there be Carnage" in RealD 3D when the film is released in September (if the latest poster is to be believed).  No word yet on whether or not the IMAX release will also be in 3D (which the previous film was released in).  Although I'm still not sure how many theaters are going to be dedicating valuable screen time to 3D movies in the coming months, fans of the format can take some comfort knowing that "Godzilla vs. Kong" had 3D and 4DX screenings in America (and by all accounts did very well).

What will also be of comfort is the continued relaxing of mask regulations for those who have been vaccinated.  With (hopefully) the vast majority of people vaccinated by September, wearing masks should be less of an issue, and thus fogging of the glasses won't be a concern.  Although it's nice to see movies still coming out in 3D, I would be lying if I said I wanted to see this particular film in 3D.  The original "Venom" was a dark movie.  The 3D made things worse.  If the second film is shot brighter this won't be a concern, but it is worth noting none-the-less.  For fans of 3D, you have at least one more release to look forward to!