The helicopters found in Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage aren’t really hunting Venom and Eddie, however were important for the close by The Matrix 4 recording in San Francisco. The city has for some time been a recording magnet and February of 2020 was no special case—both Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage and The Matrix 4 had cameras rolling at the same time. The Matrix 4 started shooting first however, passing on Venom 2 to work around them after The Matrix 4 had basically assumed control over the city.
In a select meeting with Screen Rant, Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage Location Manager Christopher Kusiak talks about how having two significant blockbusters recording in the city simultaneously prompted a few issues. In particular, Venom 2 missed out on certain areas essentially in light of the fact that The Matrix 4 was shooting there first. On account of the helicopters, however, having The Matrix 4 around was really an advantage.
“Loads of stuff affected shooting. A great deal of our pushing shots disappeared in light of the fact that Matrix controlled all of downtown… We wound up moving a trick up onto the highest point of the parking structure since we were unable to get to the spaces we needed in view of The Matrix. Yet, in the event that we would’ve been there first, it most likely would’ve gone the alternate way.
“The helicopters were really on the Matrix film. The Matrix was recording simultaneously so we were getting part of their movement on camera.”
The Matrix 4 paid the San Francisco Police Department $420,371.63 more than 21 days of shooting to assist with dealing with people in general during their tricks. Nearly, Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage paid just $192,422.58. It appears to be that Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage made the best of an interesting circumstance and set aside huge amounts of money en route.