Motion pictures studios are normally coy about films with surprise post-credit sequences, however apparently not Sony in 2021. Earlier at present, rumors started circulating on-line about one such scene within the studio’s Marvel superhero sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage—and by this afternoon, the studio had turned a tweet about it right into a sharable social media submit on its official account.
“In my complete life I’ve by no means seen an entire film theatre react as loud as they did to the Venom 2 finish credit scene,” reads the tweet from person Eman Kellam, an actor, rapper, and Youtuber residing in England. “Sony delivered.” Sony then turned that into its personal tweet advertising ticket gross sales.
Right here’s the bizarre factor about all of this: Press interviews for Venom: Let There Be Carnage have been occurring all week and a screening attended by io9 didn’t have a post-credits scene. In actual fact, journalists are nonetheless underneath embargo to not share their ideas on the movie in any respect, both in overview or through social media. So one way or the other this explicit sentiment—from an actor—not solely will get round any studio embargoes however does the one factor (most) customers on social media try to not do: talk about spoilers.
And but, this clearly builds a ton of hype and curiosity for the movie. Followers are already excited to see the return of Tom Hardy’s Venom and the full-scale debut of Woody Harrelson’s Carnage, a long-awaited fan-favorite from Marvel Comics. Now although, there’s this added layer. What precisely occurs ultimately credit score scene? In the event you have a look at the replies to that tweet a number of individuals declare to know, and there are a lot of different tweets and Reddit threads about it. In the event you’re curious, you may learn on previous our spoiler warning, however do observe that is an unconfirmed rumor. io9 has reached out to Sony to see if there’s any further remark.
In line with the rumors, the scene sees Eddie Brock and Venom watching TV. On that TV is none aside from…Tom Holland as Spider-Man, confirming that Venom exists in the identical universe as the Marvel/Sony Spider-Man movies and, by extension, the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This isn’t precisely essentially the most shocking post-credit scene since director Andy Serkis has acknowledged fan anticipation for a showdown. However, if true, this might be the beginning of some very thrilling issues.
We’ll have extra on Venom: Let There Be Carnage within the coming weeks. The movie opens in theaters only on October 1.
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