Kong: Skull Island has a post-credits scene and here's what it is (SPOILERS, obviously!)

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Apr 27, 2017, 2:51 PM EDT (Updated)

The King Kong franchise is roaring back with Kong: Skull Island, and surprise, it will feature a post-credits scene. So what big reveal are they saving for that final fade to black?

SPOILERS AHEAD, obviously, for the post-credits scene of Kong: Skull Island!

Bleeding Cool has a detailed report on the post-credits scene, and as expected, it will reportedly set up a wider world of monsters. The scene apparently features a briefing set after the events of the film, where it's revealed that Kong is not the only monster in the world. Then they drop some ancient drawings of a few … familiar creatures. The final moment? Godzilla's roar. Boom.

Here's an excerpt from the scene description:

Conrad and Weaver ask Brooks and San what is going on. Brooks goes on to explain that Kong is not the only monster out there. The movie previously explained that there are large holes underground where ancient creatures could live. Brooks says that the world does not belong to humans and that they need to be ready if the monsters should decide to take the world back. He hands them a file and pulls up slides of ancient drawings. They appear to be drawings of Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah. The screen cuts to black and we hear the roar of Godzilla from the 2014 movie.

Kong: Skull Island is getting rave reviews from critics and opens this weekend. Are you glad to see it'll be setting up a full-on monster crossover?

(via Bleeding Cool)