Warning: This post contains spoilers for the after-credits scene of “Venom.”
The “Venom” after-credits scene features actor Woody Harrelson as the serial killer Cletus Kasady, who in the comic books becomes the Spider-Man/Venom foe, Carnage.
In the comics, the Carnage symbiote is an offspring of Venom that bonds to Kasady in prison.
In the scene, Brock visits Kasady in prison, who vows “there’s gonna be carnage” when he escapes.
With “Venom” a box-office hit, there’s bound to be a sequel — and more Carnage.
Comic book readers were probably not surprised to discover who the “Venom” after-credits scene introduces to the Sony Spider-Man expanded universe: Cletus Kasady, the serial killer who becomes the symbiotic monster and one of Spider-Man’s most popular foes, Carnage.
But even fans were likely taken aback by who portrayed the character in the scene: none other than Woody Harrelson, complete with a curly red wig. The scene features journalist Eddie Brock, played by Tom Hardy, visiting a prison to interview Kasady. When Brock arrives, Kasady has written “Welcome Eddie” in his own blood on the wall, and proclaims that when he escapes, “there’s gonna be carnage.”
For non-comic book readers, the scene — like many world-building after-credits scenes in superhero movies today …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology