Here’s What You Might See In The Post-Credits Of Avengers: Endgame

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In just a few days’ time, Avengers: Endgame will be arriving in theaters and offering some long-awaited answers to many of the Marvel fandom’s biggest questions. But once we find out who lives, who dies and who throws up on Rocket’s ship, most filmgoers will remain in their seats, waiting for a hint of what’s next for the superhero saga.

Naturally, there are quite a few ways that Marvel could make use of their mid-credits and post-credits scenes. For one thing, Spider-Man: Far From Home is only a couple of months away from release, and according to producer Amy Pascal, the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel “will start a few minutes after Avengers 4 wraps as a story,” suggesting that a post-credits scene could serve as a point of transition between the two movies.

After that, the next two films on the MCU schedule are reportedly Black Widow and The Eternals. You could certainly make a case for teasing the latter in particular, since a post-credits scene could help get viewers just a little more acquainted with the untouched corner of the MCU explored by Chloé Zhao’s feature. On the other hand, the script for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 has been completed for some time now, so it would likely be pretty easy for Endgame to throw in a last-minute hint of what’s to come for the newly un-dusted heroes. Then again, perhaps Marvel will take the opportunity to push one of their Disney Plus shows, like the upcoming Falcon and Winter Soldier.

Beyond that, some fans may still be holding out hope that the post-credits will find a way of teasing one of the new Fox properties like the Fantastic Four or the X-Men, though it must be said that the Disney/Fox deal seemed to closed far too late to make all the necessary arrangements. Alternatively, as the culmination of over a decade of superhero cinema, maybe Endgame will finish with a tribute to the late Stan Lee, who’s thought to have his final cameo in this week’s release.

Evidently, there are many ways that Marvel could’ve made use of the final minutes of Avengers: Endgame, but we’ll find out which options they went with when the film hits theaters on April 26th.

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