Avengers: Endgame Has No Post-Credit Scenes
Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe might be disappointed when the theater screen remains black after the Avengers: Endgame credits roll. Lucky movie-goers who have seen the film left the cinema empty-handed, confirming that the highly anticipated Marvel flick will not show any post-credit scenes.
In the last decade, the MCU has rewarded fans with post-credit scenes that preview what’s next in the timeline. It began in 2009’s Iron Man when Nick Fury was seen inviting Tony Stark to join the Avengers, and they’ve continued the tradition in a majority of its releases. This, unfortunately, isn’t the case for Endgame, largely due to its marketing as the culmination of the first generation of MCU heroes. As the movie is expected to see major characters like Iron Man and Captain America hanging up their suits.
Despite Kevin Feige recently confirming that Endgame is actually not the apex of MCU’s Phase 3.
Speaking at a fan event in Shanghai, the Marvel Studios president subtly announced that July’s Spider-Man: Far From Home is “the end of the third phase.” Films such as Guardians Of The Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Black Panther and a Black Widow spinoff have also been announced as part of the succeeding Phase 4 alongside new heroes like The Eternals, Shang-Chi and Kate Bishop.