Venom 2’s Exciting Post-Credit Scene Means A Lot For Upcoming Marvel Movies
Marvel movies are famous for their special end credits scenes. And like almost every other Marvel movie, the 2018 movie Venom had a post-credit scene that featured Carnage which in turn formed the film’s sequel. Venom: let there be carnage aka Venom 2 has now hit the big screens, and comic book movie fans have claimed that it features what is arguably the biggest end credits scene of any Marvel movie that has been released.
The Venom 2 end credits scene is taking the internet by storm, and many believe Marvel fans might be right. The scene has more to do with the Marvel Cinematic Universe than the movie itself. In 2019, Spider-Man: Far From Home was posted with a crucial end credit scene, which showed Peter Parker’s identity revealed. This scene set up the next Spider-Man: No Path Home alone, as decoded from the trailer for the next movie. Venom 2 looks a lot like him, features a similar scene.
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How Venom 2’s end credits scene is changing the Marvel movies
Venom 2The end credits scene features Spider-Man, hinting that the next film in the franchise could see both on one screen. Notably, the Venom and Spider-Man movies are produced or co-produced by Sony, which increases the chances of that happening. Like the new trailer for the Spider-Man: No Path Home opens up the possibility of the Marvel multiverse, anything can happen.
Just like his allusions to the No Way Home trailer and the series Loki, the credits scene in Venom 2 alludes to a portal to the multiverse. In the scene, Venom begins the process of mind fusion, when he sees what looks like an explosion in the distance changing the background of the scene. Eddie ends up at a seaside resort with a stranger, who asks him what they’re doing in his room. The room’s television broadcasts a late-breaking report similar to the scenes in the end credits. Spider-Man: Far From Home. The Venom 2 scene ends with Venom licking the screen that shows Peter Parker, now revealed to be Spiderman. As exciting as it is, the scene could have put Venom in the Marvel Multiverse where he and Spiderman coexist. Tom Hardy had previously confirmed that there would be a third installment in the franchise
More about ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’
Hardy stars as the protagonist, investigative reporter Eddie Brock, who is home to the alien symbiote Venom. He is pitted against Woody Harrelson, who plays the antagonist Cletus Kasady / Carnage. The film also stars Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Reid Scott, Stephen Graham. It was announced earlier last week by Sony Pictures Films India that Venom: let there be carnage would be released on October 15. And now it has been shared that it will hit theaters, a day earlier on October 14.
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