Jason Momoa Confirms Justice League Post-Credits Scene


The device has become a mainstay of Marvel movies, but so far, DC has been reluctant to go all in on post-credits scenes. Out of the four movies released under the banner of the DC Extended Universe so far, only Suicide Squad has featured an extra sequence hidden within the credits, which tied into Justice League with a cameo from Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne.

Speaking of which, fans have been wondering whether this would change with the soon-to-arrive team-up event. After all, the final cut of Justice League was put together by Joss Whedon, taking over from Zack Snyder, who has a history of employing post-credits scenes in his two Avengers movies.

Now, thanks to Jason Momoa, we can confirm that yes, Justice League does have at least one such scene. While chatting in a recent interview with BBC Radio 2, he revealed that fans should stay seated in theaters throughout the credits so they don’t miss anything. His wording suggests the scene will be at the end of the credits, rather than the more common place, halfway through – or he could be referring to two scenes.

“They do. They do. You gotta sit through the whole thing. Go through the credits… I don’t want to get in–. Am I the guy that is going to spoil it? Is that why I am on the live show right now. “

So, what could this post-credits sequence consist of? Well, typically these scenes are used to set up the next movie in the franchise. In this case, that would be Aquaman, which would make sense considering this news comes from Arthur Curry himself.

On the other hand, it could tease a development to come further down the line, perhaps Justice League 2Flashpoint or Green Lantern CorpsThat last one, in particular, seems like an option, as Green Lanterns have been repeatedly rumoured to feature in the film.

One way or another, we’ll find out soon enough, as Justice League lands in cinemas on November 17th.