The Squid Game the decline of its popularity began to pass. In some countries it no longer leads the ranking of series and films of Netflix, and in Mexico it has just been dethroned. What is the new production that tops the list of the Aztec country? This is a movie by Marvel that gained presence in recent weeks for a very special reason.
Venom It is the new film that leads the streaming platform’s list of most viewed productions. The 2018 film starred Tom Hardy and focuses on the origin story of the symbiote from the comics. The villain of the film was played by Ahmed Rice Despite the negative reviews, the film achieved a very good gross of more than 856 million dollars worldwide.
The post credits scene of Venom had anticipated the appearance of Carnage (Woody Harrelson) in the sequel, which hit theaters in recent days. For this reason, some fans decided to play this movie one more time to keep it fresh before going to theaters to see. Let there be Carnage. Thanks to this, the series of Hwang Dong-hyuk lost first place to this film by Marvel, which also had a detail that revolutionized the networks.
What happened to the post-credit scene from Venom: Let there be Carnage
Before I start talking about the post credits sequence of Venom: Let there be CarnageIt is fair to note that this is a huge spoiler for those who have not yet seen the movie. The sequence at the end of the film completely revolutionized fans of Marvel and it was among the most important that were made in recent years. Why? Because it confirms something that the followers of the saga expected for a long time.
Towards the end of Venom 2, you can see Eddie Brock (Hardy) in a hotel room, where he decided to go to rest after defeating Carnage and befriend (one more time) with Venom. At one point, something happens that is not very clear and Eddie he is transferred to the same hotel but in another universe. Suddenly, on television, you can see J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons) while telling the world that the secret identity of Spider-Man it is Peter Parker, as seen in Far from home. In this way, the symbiote joined the Cinematographic Universe of Marvel (MCU) and could appear in No Way Home.