Spoiler alert for the ending of Snappy X.
The tenth installment in the Snappy & Inflamed franchise (no longer counting its spinoff Hobbs & Shaw, perceive that) is now in theaters, amping up the stakes with even extra excessive-mosey chases, all-out wrestle scenes and gravity-defying stunts as Dom Toretto and co. put collectively to boom goodbye.
We already know that things don’t seem like reasonably over yet, with Vin Diesel having announced that the finale to the Snappy saga has been extended into no longer decrease than one extra movie, presumably three, and confirming that Snappy X: Allotment 2 is already in the works. And whereas the explosive last act of Snappy X would indubitably function as a stunning ending in the case of many characters’ storylines, it also leaves the door originate for additional action.
And how else is a multi-million dollar film franchise going to tease a sequel, than in a post-credit sequence? In a pass made standard by the Shock Cinematic Universe, Snappy X involves a mid-credit scene that gadgets up what would be a predominant design level in Snappy X: Allotment 2.
What occurs in the Snappy X post-credit scene?
After the preliminary title and credit indulge in accomplished, we decrease to a unit of law enforcement officers browsing a constructing for the villain Dante (Jason Momoa), and it’s printed that indubitably one of them is none different than Luke Hobbs, accomplished by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham in Hobbs & Shaw.
We last saw Hobbs in the spinoff Hobbs & Shaw, by which his persona teamed up with Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw. Hobbs hasn’t been seen in the principle Snappy & Inflamed franchise since The Destiny of the Inflamed, however in the mid-credit scene we be taught that Dante is conscious of Hobbs is the one who killed his father, and he is out for revenge.
Johnson’s return to the Snappy saga is without distress a surprise, given his lengthy-running pork with leading man Vin Diesel, however it indubitably appears like they indulge in got finally buried the hatchet—and we can doubtless demand to stare Johnson teaming up with Dom and the relaxation of the personnel to rob on Dante in Snappy X: Allotment 2.
Philip Ellis is a contract author and journalist from the UK conserving pop tradition, relationships and LGBTQ+ elements. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.