Venom: Let There Be Carnage Out In Theatres Now!
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CNET - Venom: Let There Be Carnage have just arrived in US theaters tonight, bringing Marvel's iconic symbiote back to screens along with his blood-red nemesis, Carnage. The sequel picks up not long after the original 2018 Venom movie left off, with Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) trying to be a written-word journalist instead of a video host despite the distraction of an alien symbiote bonded to him, as originally seen in Marvel's Spider-Man comics. And as the movie goes on, life doesn't get any easier for Eddie when Cletus Kassidy enters the equation. But that's enough commentary for now, be sure to catch the sequel with yet another universe-warping post-credits scene before spoilers come out!
Could Pit Viper Venom Be Used to Fight Coronavirus?
We don’t think of venomous snakes as having many health benefits for humans. But researchers in Brazil think that the venom of a pit viper may be able to help fight the coronavirus. They’ve found that a molecule in the venom of a South American pit viper -- the jararacussu -- inhibited production of the coronavirus in monkey cells. It can do so without harming other cells. Their findings were published in the journal “Molecules.”