Spoiler alert! Marvel has continued their tradition of revealing post-credit scenes with not one, but two scenes for the latest superhero film, ‘Captain America: Civil War.’ And yes, they’re worth sticking around for!
Consider this your warning: There are TWO post-credit scenes in Marvel’s latest film, Captain America: Civil War, and they have everyone talking right. We stuck around after the film was over to check out these super secret scenes out and we’re here to share what only true fans were willing to stick around to see!
***WARNING: SPOILER ALERT***
Okay, here is the dish! The film includes two additional scenes after the movie came to an end (read our full review of the flick here!), and they feature the two newest hottie superheroes to join the Avengers: Black Panther and Spider-Man! (Told you it was worth it!)
Huge Conflict For Black Panther?
The first, mid-credit scene, involves Chad Boseman‘s, 39 character Black Panther. The scene opens with a wounded Bucky Barnes being treated after his metal arm was blown off during the epic final fight with Tony Stark. As the scene zooms in further, it appears that Bucky and Captain America are in a treatment facility in Wakanda, Black Panther’s homeland. Black Panther, also known as T’Challa, offers to repair Bucky’s arm and his brainwashed mind, despite warnings that he might find trouble from Iron Man and the United Nations if they find out he’s harboring them. The camera pans out as Black Panther dares Iron Man and the others to stop him, setting up the perfect conflict. Think about it – if anyone finds out that the Black Panther is harboring the two heroes, it could start a nasty war that might unravel in Black Panther’s solo movie in 2018.(Plot revealed? Quite possibly….)
A Super Tease For Spider-Man: Homecoming
The next scene comes during the post-credits. Peter Parker, who is played by Tom Holland, 19, is seen with a gnarly bruise while explaining how he got it to his Aunt May . He lies, saying that he got it from an incident at school, getting into a scuffle with some kid from Brooklyn (cough-Captain America-cough). The scene ends as Peter is shown wearing a laser device that projects the Spider-Man logo, clearly a new gift from his friend, Tony Stark.
Unlike the film’s mid-credit scene, this one doesn’t present any new conflict for Peter. But it does get fans excited for the Spider-Man movie set to premiere in 2017. Marvel recently acquired creative control over the webbed hero after five movies were released through Sony, so it’s kind of a big deal.
HollywoodLifers, are you guys excited now? We definitely are! The credits are just the hints we needed to get pumped for what’s in store for some of our favorite superheroes. Captain America: Civil War is in theaters now!