Avengers Endgame end-credits scene was easily the most anticipated after credits scene of any MCU movie released so far.
It is said by the hardcore Marvel fans that “never leave an MCU film before the end-credits”. For all the moviegoers the after-credit sequences have become a customary tradition with respect to Avengers franchise but it looks like the Avengers Endgame won’t have any of those.
Every MCU movie has some post-credit or mid-credit scenes in their films they hold an integral part of the movie and gives us a peek on what’s next to come. But the same can’t be said with this year’s Avengers installment.
No End-Credits For Avengers: Endgame?
According to some reports, Avengers Endgame, the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, is skipping the trend by not inserting any after-credit progressions.
We did see a post-credit scene during the Avengers: Infinity War the scene showed the appearance of Captain Marvel. This time around Marvel has decided to skip this ritual and that could be replaced by humourous teases.
A post was made by a Redditor that lists certain details about the film. The image shared contains exact run times and file sizes for the movie.
The image reveals us that the mid-credits will start exactly at 02:48:56 and will last up to 4 minutes and 13 seconds. However, The image makes it very clear that Avengers: Endgame won’t carry any final credit scenes.
What’s The Mid-Credits Scene About? *SPOILERS*
The mid-credit scene as stated earlier is quite long up to 5 minutes. And according to this Redditor, it’s basically a montage of Marvel acknowledging everyone who is associated with Marvel Studios and celebrating their 10-year journey with the franchise.
Obviously, Everything will be crystal clear once the movie releases. We accept that you have netted your weekend programs because Avengers Endgame is dropping on April 26.