Venom: Let Their Be Carnage director Andy Serkis explains the film’s universe-changing credits scene during a recent interview following its release.
Warning: Major SPOILERS ahead for Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Venom: Let Their Be Carnage director, Andy Serkis, breaks down the film’s universe-changing post-credits scene during a recent interview. The director took the helm of the sequel to Sony’s 2018 dark superhero movie, Venom, in August 2019. Tom Hardy returns as both reporter Eddie Brock and the symbiotic life form he had bonded with, as they face off against Woody Harrelson’s serial killer symbiote host, Cletus Kassady.
Venom: Let Their Be Carnage pits the symbiotic lethal protector against Kassady, who makes a deal with the Carnage symbiote to take down Venom and free Kassady’s love, Frances Barrison (Naomi Harris). All the while, Eddie and Venom must address the growing divide between them, as Venom wants more freedom to eat whomever he desires. Through their struggles against Kassady, Barrison, and Carnage, the pair reconcile and go on a tropical vacation. However, following many teases during the film’s promotion, Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene has forever changed both Sony’s Spider-Man shared universe and the MCU. During their vacation, Eddie and Venom are somehow transported into the MCU, with the pair catching a broadcast of J.K. Simmons’ J.Jonah Jameson boasting about unmasking Tom Holland’s Spider-Man to the world in Spider-Man: Far From Home‘s post-credits scene. Now, Serkis has opened up about the significant scene.