Venom: let there be Carnage had its first release in theaters on October 1 in the United States; however, its post-credit scene was the talk of social gossip long before its release. However, with its official arrival on the big screen, many have been shocked not only by the presence of an iconic avenger, but also because The commented sequence begins with Acorralada, a 2007 Mexican telenovela and that is now seen in that connection of the Tom Hardy tape with the MCU.
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The stars that appear in that unexpected ‘cameo’ are David zepeda and Alejandra Lazcano. Given this, the actor was surprised because he did not know the reason behind his name being a trend on Twitter, although he was grateful for having appeared in one of the great successes of the cinema this year.
“I think it’s a tribute to soap operas, because soap operas are seen practically all over the world and in some way it is a recognition of this very important genre. (…) A big surprise”, He confessed in conversation with the Mexican program En boca de todos sin filter.
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What happened in the Venom 2 post-credits scene?
After the action had ended throughout the footage, viewers noted that there is a post-credits scene featuring Spider-Man from the MCU. Specifically, the sequence shows Eddie Brock talking with Venom while they watch the Mexican melodrama, in which Diana Soriano (Lazcano) and Maximiliano Irázabal (Zepeda) are in a conversation about the young woman’s pregnancy, with everything and suspenseful music.
However, the quiet of the room the journalist and his symbiote are in is disrupted when a bright light floods the plane, presumably from the spell that Doctor Strange cast in the No way home trailer.
After a moment of confusion, both were teleported to a luxurious room where a television screen no longer shows Cornered, but Peter Parker appears in his suit and without his iconic mask. At that moment, the alien approaches the TV and his actions indicate that he meets the arachnid hero.
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