Spider-Man: Far From Home is all set to hit theatres soon, but a big detail about the show may have leaked out early.
According to a Reddit user, the post-credits scene sets up Spider-Man’s supervillain ensemble, the Sinister Six.
A Reddit user leaked about ‘Sinister Six’
A Reddit user named u/RoyG575, who claims to have been involved in production on the film, revealed some details about the Spider-Man: Far From Home’s end credits scene.
According to the person, there will apparently be both a mid-credits scene and a post-credits scene.
The Reddit user wrote, “The mid-credit scene starts off in a dark room, with chilling and villainous music.
A defeated and sad looking Mysterio looks out the window from a skyscraper at night time.
The view of the shot is within the building looking outwards, so you can’t see the building itself.
A voice is heard in the background, which says something like “He beat us once, but soon he is going to pay.”
The mystery writer further added, “Mysterio turns around and the voice is revealed to be from the Chameleon in his costume.
Mysterio then says “Dimitri, thanks for having my back out there”. Chameleon replies with “don’t worry, there are more of us”.
Right then, the music gets darker while the Vulture, Scorpion, Shocker, and a man in a business suit walk in from another room. The businessman gathers the villains together and says “I have a proposal.”
RoyG575 says that Vulture and Shocker appear as modified versions of their characters in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Chameleon is also in costume, as is Scorpion.
RoyG575 further claims the new buyer of Avengers Tower in New York, where the Sinister Six gather in the scene, is Norman Osborn, as there is a large green “OSCORP” logo where “Stark” used to be.
They added, “It was about 45 seconds but I have only seen the whole clip twice. This scene obviously sets up the Sinister Six which will probably be further explored in the MCU.”
“This scene obviously sets up the Sinister Six which will probably be further explored in the MCU,” he conjectures.
Carroll speaks on the buzz around the entry of Sinister Six.
There’s a lot of valid reasons to doubt RoyG575 as a leaker, though Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) is working on the visual effects for Spider-Man: Far From Home, and is, in fact, a division of Walt Disney Studios.
The hope is that the movie will continue to introduce Spider-Man villains so the Sinister Six forms in the third installment of the Marvel Studios franchise/
But when executive producer Eric Carroll was asked about that, he made it clear it’s not something they’re necessarily planning…right now.
In other words, it sounds like the door is open for the villainous team to appear, but Marvel Studios is taking things one movie at a time (which they really have to given the nature of their deal with Sony Pictures).
Still, it’s easy enough to see which bad guys could ultimately make up the Six!