VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE Star Woody Harrelson Wasn't A Fan Of His "Amateur" Wig In 2018's VENOM
Woody Harrelson has shared his thoughts on Cletus Kasady's new look in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, revealing that he felt the wig used in Venom's post-credits scene was "a bit amateur." Check it out!
We first met Woody Harrelson's Cletus Kasady in Venom's post-credits scene, and while Eddie Brock crossing paths with the man who would one day became Carnage was a big deal, that wasn't the biggest talking point. Instead, the actor's ridiculous wig was all anyone focused on, and the Carrot Top comparisons probably weren't what Sony Pictures was hoping for.
Thankfully, the villain has a new, grounded look in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and Harrelson's wig looks more cool than cringeworthy.
Talking to IGN, the actor was asked to share his thoughts on Cletus' hairstyle change between movies and whether he had any say in the new wig. "In the first one, I didn't like that wig," Harrelson confirmed. "That was pretty uh...that was a bit amateur. I liked what we did in the second one."
Of course, what most fans will be excited to see is the actor's transformation into Carnage, one of the greatest Spider-Man villains to ever grace the page. What little we've seen of him in action in the trailers has definitely impressed, and it looks like director Andy Serkis has embraced the comic books. Even with a PG-13 rating, we're expecting maximum carnage in the upcoming sequel.
As for Harrelson, he's no doubt happy not to be decked out in another embarrassing wig (we still don't know what Ruben Fleischer was thinking back in 2018).
You can see a little more of Carnage in the new Venom: Let There Be Carnage TV spot below: