Kong: Skull Island, unveiled the scene at the end of the credits. [SPOILER]
Some of the rumors we describe in detail the scene post credits of Kong: Skull Island
Some time ago we talked about some of the small clues that appeared to herald the infamous MonsterVerse, the cinematic universe Warner, who, after the debut in the 2014 film Godzilla's Gareth Edwards, saw in Kong: Skull Island its second chapter, one of the many we will see before the probable landfall of the whole monster-saga in the crossover-Godzilla vs. Kong.
Now, thanks to Flickering Myth, we learn of a scene at the end of the credits of Kong: Skull Island, in which would be anticipated in detail what we should expect in the next film.
Of course, while this is rumor, we strongly advise you not to continue reading, because what follows is classified as spoilerazzo in all respects by section of the S. A. And (Spoilers are Evil) Justnerd.
If you are among those who believe the section S. A. E. useless, then you have earned this succulent anticipation: according to the dudes of the Flickering Myth of the mysterious scene post credit would begin with a voice-over that seems to be addressing to the viewers of the film: "Because you are sitting in the dark? Do you have fun with all of this?"
The little qui pro quo vanishes when, from behind a one-way mirror, we realize that Conrad and Mason are talking with some people behind the mirror. These individuals, who ask the two of them, turn out to belong to the Monarch, the organization that we have known for Godzilla, which would then represent the trait d'union for the MonsterVerse just as the S. H. I. E. L. D to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The protagonists, pursued by the members of the Monarch, they swear to maintain secrecy about the events that happened on the island. Having said that Kong was not the only king, are being shown slides of the nuclear explosions that have created/awakened Godzilla (as seen in the film in 2014), as well as some cave paintings depicting the kaiju: Rodan, Mothra and King in the Battle.
Finally, the last slide, shows a cave painting of Godzilla and King in the Battle while they fight, the explicit reference to Godzilla: King of Monsters expected for 2019?
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