Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” book series is expansive, and also efforts to convert his magnum opus fantasy Western right into a film have actually been going on for years. Now “The Dark Tower” movie is right here, and also while it’s obtaining some stormy reviews, there’s still plenty of books and stories to adapt in the movie’s world.

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Clocking in at a bhazard 94 minutes, you could not even be feeling the have to sprint for the restroom or stretch your legs by the moment “The Dark Tower” wraps up. But if you’re wondering if the movie is looking to kick off a franchise by teasing future films with a post-credits scene, the way movies like those in the Marvel Cinematic Universe always carry out, wonder no more.

There’s no post-credits scene at the finish of “The Dark Tower,” so you’re totally free to go as soon as the credits roll. Tbelow is a little of a hint that the movie franchise can proceed if you wait for the screen to go babsence, though.

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Tbelow are some light spoilers for “The Dark Tower” from right here on out, so read through caution.

The teaser at the end of the credits is an audio one: It’s a perkid whistling — the implication being that the voice is that of Walter Padick, also recognized as the Man in Black, played by Matthew McConaughey.

At the finish of “The Dark Tower,” the Man in Black and the Gunslinger, Roland (Idris Elba) lastly have actually their showdown confrontation, corresponding Walter’s dark magic versus Roland’s preterorganic shooting capabilities. It’s a hard-combated fight, but as one can suppose, Roland is eventually victorious, outsmarting Wtransform by ricocheting one bullet off another so that Walter can’t predict, and then capture, the incoming rounds.

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The post-credits whistle is just sufficient to imply that while Wchange was beat, he’s not gone, which tracks King’s books from which “The Dark Tower” is adapted. In the series, Walter is a major antagonist with multiple quantities. If tbelow are going to be even more movies in a “The Dark Tower” franchise, it’s safe to assume the Man in Black will certainly be back for even more.

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