Spider-Man: Homecoming Mid & Post-Credit Scenes Revealed

WARNING! Possible Spoilers for Spider-Man: Homecoming Below!!

If you’re new to this rodeo show we call the Marvel/super-hero movie genre, then you may want to stick around for the post-credit scene tradition that is always to come. Spider-Man: Homecoming sure won’t be breaking that sacred ritual that many fans have come to love. In fact, the movie is rumored to have more than one scene after the movie ends, somewhat like Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2. Warning! There are spoiler below about the possible content of said post-credit scenes.

You’ve been warned my friend. Now for the cool kids that decided to stick around, let’s get to it. Now the movie is set to make a killing over the weekend around $100 million, and with 2019’s Spider-Man sequel set to take place just minutes after the events of Avengers 4, many are expecting the post-credit scenes to give us an inkling of what to expect from the MCU.


The first mid-credits scene is rumored to set up The Scorpion as the villain for the sequel and hints at Vulture coming back for revenge. Sounds exciting! Then, for the post-credits scene, we get a bit of humor with the appearance of Chris Evans’s Captain America lecturing the importance of patience. I’m sure this is the MCU’s way of poking fun at fans for being justifiably thirsty for new info!

Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters tomorrow, July 7th!

Source: CBM

1 comment on “Spider-Man: Homecoming Mid & Post-Credit Scenes Revealed

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