‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Update: No Post Credits Scene
Yes, you read the title correctly. There won’t be a scene waiting for us at the end of the credits of Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” But we won’t be left with nothing at all.
While we have gotten used to post credits scenes in Marvel movies, some of them have been a bit of a let down. We’re talking to you, “Iron Man 3.” Some have been pretty great, but the ones that most of us think of as “end credits scenes” are in fact tags midway through the credits. Those are the ones that have really hit it out of the park.
I’m of course talking about the big Thanos reveal in the first “Avengers” and the first look at Baron Von Strucker creating Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch midway through the credits of “Winter Solider.”
In a recent interview with EW, both Joss Whedon and Kevin Feige confirmed that there will not be a post credits scene, but there will be a scene midway through the credits – a tag. What it will be, who knows. Whedon said the main reason for spilling the beans about the post credits scene is that he doesn’t want folks to sit all the way through the credits and be disappointed.
That’s not the only bomb they dropped. Feige also confirmed that there will also be no appearance by Captain Marvel, despite all the rumors. Captain Marvel gets her own solo film in 2018.
“Avengers: Age of Ulton” hits theaters May 1, 2015.