Every time a new Marvel movie comes out, fans are eager to find out what the traditional post-credits scene(s) will be. Usually, each movie has a couple of them, but Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has gone way beyond that. In fact, the film has a whopping five scenes scattered throughout the end credits.
Yes, you read that correctly. There are 5 scenes to look forward to once those end credits begin to roll and with the sequel now hitting theatres in the UK, we take a look through each one of them. Of course, spoilers will follow, so if you haven’t yet seen James Gunn’s wild and zany film, you may want to bookmark this page and come back later.
If you’re eager to find out what’s in store for you, though, then read on after the jump for a complete rundown of all 5 post-credits scenes in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2!
Scene 1: Kraglin And Yondu’s Fin
In the first post-credits scene, Yondu’s first mate Kraglin (played by Sean Gunn AKA brother of James Gunn and Rocket’s mocap performer) is practicing using Yondu’s whistle-controlled arrow while wearing Yondu’s fin. He’s not a natural like his captain, though, and he promptly sends the arrow flying into Drax’s neck, who’s in the next room along on the spaceship. As we hear Drax repeatedly cry out in pain, Kraglin sneaks away.
While this scene could suggest that Kraglin will play a bigger part in Vol. 3, it’s mostly there just for comedy and is the least significant of the bunch.
Scene 2: The Original Guardians Reunite
After one of their number dies (see the movie to find out who), the various captains of the Ravagers come together. Namely, Stakar Ogord (Sylvester Stallone), Aleta Ogord (Michelle Yeoh), Martinex T’Naga (Michael Rosenbaum), Charlie-27 (Ving Rhames) and Mainframe (Miley Cyrus). Stakar convinces them that these old friends should team up to reform their original group. “Let’s go steal some sh*t,” Stakar says, as the scene ends.
If you’re a hardcore comics fan, you might recognize these characters as members of the original Guardians of the Galaxy team from the 1960s (the loose inspiration for the modern version of the team). It looks like we’ll see a lot more of Stallone’s character and his star-studded cronies in Vol. 3 then – but will they be friends or foes?