From recent statements from the cast and crew of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, it would appear that when the production was forced to close, most of the main shoot was at a good point, but it's clear that there is still a lot of work to be done. The director Andy Serkis is working remotely on the sequel, but there was no time to do some of the shots necessary for the success of the product, and during a recent interview granted to Vanity Fair the producer Dan Wilson he talked about the future of productions like this and made it clear that at the moment there is a lot of uncertainty and nervousness surrounding a possible return to work on the film.
Nobody wants to go back to an environment where there are risks, and that obviously also applies to the crew, not just the cast of actors. It's about everyone involved on the set. There is nervousness, and it is natural and absolutely understandable
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will see the return of Tom Hardy in the role of Eddie Brock e Michelle Williams in those of Anne Weying, Eddie's girlfriend. The post-credits scene of the first chapter left no doubt about the presence of Woody Harrelson in the role of Clatus Kasady, the famous serial killer who will bind to the symbiote Carnage. It also appears that Peter Parker (interpreted by Tom Holland) could join the cast with a cameo within the film but even this has not yet been made official.