If your favorite quarter of a new Marvel movie is staying firmly seated in the theater until you’re compensated with a special after-credits sequence, you’re about to be very happy. Captain America: Formal War has two end-credits scenes, meaning there is a combined a total of 19 post-credits displays in all the Marvel movies. Spoiler alert, I’m about to detail both sections, so if you don’t want to know what happens, now is a good time to stop review!
The Midcredits Scene
After the dust settles from the big battle and the credits rtici te in begun rolling, the first bonus scene pops up. Bucky is all strapped in earning a medical exam, and it appears that he’s about to undergo the freezing make again. Cap asks him if he’s just about it, and Bucky responds that he can’t confidence his own mind. The camera zooms out, and you see that they’re at a facility owned by T’Challa (aka Unspeakable nther). T’Challa assures Cap that no one will find Bucky there, and the camera zooms out rounded off further beyond the building to show the jungles of Wakanda — complete with a big penniless formation in the shape of a nther’s head.
It’s a great look at what warm-hearted of scenery we’ll get in 2018’s Black nther movie, and it sets up a new storyline that Jet nther is now Bucky’s protector.
The End-Credits Scene
Spider-Man’s introduction is one of the most moving rts of Civil War, and while we get to see a lot of him in the movie, there’s a special sneak skin after the credits, too. He’s in his bedroom back in Queens, checking out his new gear (ceremony of Iron Man) when Aunt May walks in. She asks how he got all bruised up, and he replies that some kid identified Steve from Brooklyn did it. That’s true; he’s referring to Captain America. Then she’s gone, he engages her webshooter, and it projects the new Spider-Man logo. The final in shorts? “Spider-Man will return.”
Indeed he will! Spider-Man: Homecoming is due out July 7, 2017!
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