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KONG: SKULL ISLAND Got A Post-Credits Secret

KONG: SKULL ISLAND Got A Post-Credits Secret

Godzilla is the king of all monsters. Sorry, that came across like a fact rather than a popular tagline used for ol’ Godzilla throughout the years. King Kong would probably disagree with the opening statement. That is, if he could speak… and, held interviews. Well, we won’t have to wait very long to see these two co-headline Godzilla vs. Kong. That movie is scheduled for release May 29, 2020. And, we’ll get our Dawn of Justice-esque lead-in with Godzilla: King of Monsters on March 22, 2019. Salivating yet?

Our own Kellvin Chavez was fortunate enough to have seen Kong: Skull Island which releases March 10, 2017 and has a statement for all who flock to theaters:

The anticipation is almost too much to bear. Kellvin is sworn to secrecy, but here are some my thoughts about what awaits in Kong’s post-credits:

  • Godzilla arrives at Skull Island and before he sets foot on land, Kong’s eyes can be seen from the trees. Godzilla retreats for now…
  • Kong hears a scream and looks out to the horizon to see a figure we recognize as Godzilla screaming during a thunderstorm. Yes, it has to be thunder and lightning. It’s for effect!
  • Godzilla steps on Kong’s foot and doesn’t say “excuse me.” Before it comes to blows, both realize how juvenile it would be to get violent. But, neither one will ever forget.

Maybe I’m wrong, maybe not. One thing is for certain, the Monsterverse is real and we’re about to have a 21st Century introduction. Who’s ready?!

 

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Tyler Richardson

Tyler resides in Brooklyn, NY but was raised in Northern Virginia, where trees are. He's a freelance writer, burrito enthusiast, and stand-up comedian. Tyler loves writing about horror movies, comic book films, and is a proud fan of Pauly Shore's body of work.

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