Godzilla: King Of The Monsters Will Include A Post-Credits Scene


Aside from DC, arguably no one had a better San Diego Comic-Con than Michael Dougherty and Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and even then, which franchise had a stronger showing at the “largest convention of its kind in the world” is still up for debate. Gojira and company put the entire fandom on notice when WB unleashed the electrifying first trailer for the third installment into Legendary Entertainment’s MonsterVerse – seen above – which was followed up with an equally jaw-dropping poster.

Unfortunately, the motion picture won’t do much to set up the title fight of unimaginable magnitude when the notorious kaiju goes toe-to-toe with the Giant Gorilla in Godzilla Vs. Kong. At least, that’s according to director Michael Dougherty. However, seeing as Discussing Film just announced that King of the Monsters will indeed feature a post-credits scene, that notion will be put to the test.

Coming off successfully spoiling the post-credits scene for James Wan’s subaquatic feature Aquaman, the outlet has seemingly confirmed that Godzilla 2 will take a page out every superhero movie since 2008 and conclude on a post-credits tease. Apparently, the sequence in question will feature Charles Dance’s mysterious character prominently, and will likely include elements that set-up Godzilla vs. Kong. The context of the scene in question is unknown, but from what we understand, Dance will be playing “a terrorist leader who runs a black market operation that takes and distributes resources gathered from monsters/Titans.”

Given the emergence of an incredibly intriguing fan theory this week, in which folks theorized that Dance’s character is none other than Tom Hiddleston’s James Conrad from Kong: Skull Island, some thirty years later, there does appear to be a certain level of truth behind Discussing Film’s statement.

Sadly, we still have a long way to go before we receive confirmation on anything regarding Godzilla: King of the Monsters, let alone a connection of such incredible enormity. Regardless, look for Gojira, Ghidorah, Mothra and Rodan to crash into theaters next year on May 31st.