Will A Post-Credits Scene Be Added To Avengers: Endgame Screenings?


While Avengers: Endgame is set to bring the MCU’s current era to a close, the film is also expected to lay the foundations for the franchise’s next phase. With that in mind, anticipation levels were high for the movie’s post-credits scenes, but so far, no screenings of the Avengers: Infinity War sequel have featured any last-minute teases.

Naturally, a lot of fans are disappointed by the development, but in a new article from ComicBook.com, it’s speculated that Marvel might actually be sitting on Endgame’s post-credits content until the film’s North American release.

Before you dismiss this suggestion as wishful thinking, it’s perhaps worth noting that 20th Century Fox tried something similar with Deadpool. In advanced screenings for Wade Wilson ’s solo debut, the post-credits scene was cut short, featuring only the part where the Merc with a Mouth mocks his audience for wanting a tease of the next film. Once the movie went on general release, however, the sequence was extended to include Deadpool’s lines about Cable featuring in the sequel.

With that in mind, it’s speculated that Marvel just might be concerned about Endgame’s post-credits being pirated – and let’s be honest, they’d have very good cause to feel that way. The article therefore suggests that this bonus content is being saved for when the film has completed its journey to the US and Canada.

Of course, this is pure speculation for the time being, but we should know within the next couple of days if Marvel Studios has such a plan in mind. However, if it does turn out that Avengers: Endgame is the studio’s first movie not to feature a post-credits sequence, then you can bet the 3-hour film will still have plenty of revelations to spare when it arrives in theaters on April 26th.