Fans who head to the theaters for Dracula Untold next weekend will reportedly be treated to a tie-in scene at the end which connects the film to Universal Pictures' sprawling classic monsters reboot franchise.

A new report from Badass Digest reveals that reshoots were conducted a few months back, which include a scene at the very end that reveals Dracula (Luke Evans) in a modern-day market.

Here's what Badass Digest's Devin Faraci said about the scene in a tweet from earlier today.

"The Dracula Untold 'tie in' scene is at the very end, Dracula in a market in the modern day.

When Universal launched this franchise in July, the studio announced that the Untitled Mummy Reboot will be the first official project, but this Dracula Untold scene is believed to be a prologue to the whole initiative. The scene in question isn't largely important, so if Dracula Untold tanks at the box office, the studio can simply move forward with another reboot.

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Roberto Orci and Chris Morgan are producing these new Universal movies, with Fargo TV series creator Noah Hawley signing on last month to write one of the movies, although it wasn't specified which title he will be writing.