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Kong is so disappointed in himself for leaving the theater before the Skull Island post-credits scene. Fortunately, we've got him (and you!) covered.Credit: Warner Bros.

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Kong: Skull Island runs a healthy 120 minutes, which means you"ll probably be tempted khổng lồ get up & stretch your legs or hit the bathroom the moment the end credits start lớn roll. But if you can sit tight just a few moments longer, you"ll be treated lớn a juicy post-credits scene with big implications for the future of the franchise.

And if you can"t? Don"t worry -- we"ve got you covered. We can tell you exactly what happens in the Kong: Skull Island post-credits scene, & what it all means.

(Note: from this point on, there will be spoilers for the ending Kong: Skull Island. If you haven"t seen the movie yet, don"t say we didn"t warn you.)


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After the final credits roll on Kong: Skull Island, we"re left staring at a black screen. Then we hear Conrad (Tom Hiddleston): "Why are you sitting there in the dark? Is this fun for you?"

But it"s not actually us he"s talking to. Rather, we see that he and Weaver (Brie Larson) are waiting inside a Monarch interrogation room and that he"s addressing whoever"s on the other side of the two-way mirror. His question are met with silence, even as both he and Weaver promise never to lớn tell anyone else about their experiences on Skull Island.

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(Monarch, of course, is the fringe science organization that launched the expedition khổng lồ Skull Island in the first place, & the same organization investigating Godzilla and the MUTOs in 2014"s Godzilla.)

Eventually, Houston (Corey Hawkins) & San (Jing Tian) walk in khổng lồ set up some Godzilla sequels -- wait, sorry, we meant khổng lồ say that they explain what Monarch"s been up to. They reveal to Conrad and Weaver that there are others like Kong out there, và present them with a whole slideshow that includes ancient cave paintings of some other beasts.

All the characters in the room seem to be in awe of these mysterious creatures but fans of the classic Toho movies will likely recognize them right away. We see drawings of Mothra (basically a giant moth), Rodan (a big pterosaur), and King Ghidorah (a three-headed dragon-like thing). Intriguingly, one image appears to show Godzilla locked in a battle with King Ghidorah.

So, what does it all mean? Back in 2014, Godzilla director Gareth Edwards announced that Mothra, Roadan và King Ghidorah would appear in Godzilla 2. While he"s since stepped down from the director"s chair for that project (he"s been replaced by Krampus" Michael Dougherty), the Kong tease confirms those plans are still very much in play.

Legendary has already made it clear that Godzilla & Kong: Skull Island are just the first two pieces in what they"re hoping will be an entire cinematic universe of mythical monsters. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is already scheduled for 2019, with Godzilla vs. Kong following in 2020. In short, that post-credits stinger is a promise that Godzilla and Kong are about to lớn meet some intimidating new foes -- or perhaps, if they"re lucky, make some powerful new friends.