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News movies & tv series 26 March 2024, 09:02

author: Pamela Jakiel

Does Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire Have a Post-Credit Scene?

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire will soon debut on the big screens. Is there a post-credits scene in the new installment of MonsterVerse?

Source: Godzilla i Kong: Nowe imperium, Adam Wingard, Legendary Pictures, 2024

Godzilla and King Kong are returning to the big screens thanks to another cinematic spectacle featuring them. Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire will premiere on March 28. Viewers are certainly wondering whether it's worth staying a bit longer after the movie to see a post-credits scene. Did the creators include such bonus material?

Does Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire Have a Post-Credit Scene?

Creators of major franchises, blockbusters, or superhero movies have accustomed audiences to expect a surprise in the form of a post-credits scene after the main movie ends. The MonsterVerse series seems to be an exception and unlike the MCU productions it does not have the custom of including additional materials at the end of the films. In the Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, we will not see a post-credits scene. A similar situation occurred in the previous installment of the series.

What is Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire about?

Godzilla x Kong 2 is a monster movie and sequel of Godzilla vs Kong production. In the new spectacle of the MonsterVerse, Kong and Godzilla must face a huge, lethal threat that lurks in our world and threatens the existence of monsters and humans alike. The 2024 film delves into the history of the titans and unveils the mysteries of Skull Island.

Cast and creators of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

Adam Wingard directs, with production by Legendary Pictures. The screenplay was written by Terry Rossio and Jeremy Slater. The cast includes Dan Stevens, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Kaylee Hottle, Alex Ferns and Fala Chen.

Pamela Jakiel

Pamela Jakiel

Finished film studies, graduate of the Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the Jagiellonian University. Her master's thesis was about new spirituality in contemporary cinema. The editor of the Filmomaniak service since April 2023, supports the lead editor and the boss of all newspeople. She used to write for naEkranie. If she's not watching The Ninth Gate for the hundredth time, then she's reading books by Therese Bohman and Donna Tartt for the first time. She prefers gnosis over dread, dramas over horrors, Jung over Freud. She looks for symbolist paintings in museums. Runs long distances, and does even the longer ones on a gravel. Loves dachshunds.