The last entry in Marvel Cinematic Universe is finally here. Spider-Man: away from home It is an entertaining game in Europe with Peter Parker, who is still struggling with the death of his mentor, Tony Stark. But things are different now. So, does the Marvel film have a post-credit scene (or scenes) like its predecessors? Let's find out. (Spoilers ahead!)
A quick summary of Spider-Man: away from home
In the film, Peter Parker heads to a science studies trip to Europe with several of his clbadmates. He is struggling to avoid his responsibilities as Spider-Man, hoping to spend some time impressing his lover, MJ (Zendaya). But Nick Fury finds him and takes him to help Quentin Beck, a superhero from another version of Earth.
At least, that's what he thinks he is. After defeating the final elemental creature, Peter delivers the reigns, including the EDITH system from Tony Stark to Beck, thinking he may be the next Iron Man. But it turns out that Beck is actually a genius of visual effects, and has been behind the Stark technology all this time. Peter then has to save his friends (and the world) from Beck.
Here's why it was uncertain if the movie would have a post-credit scene
Far from home is the 23rd movie in Marvel Cinematic Universe, and brings to its conclusion Phase 3. Previously, it was reported that Avengers: end of the game I would do this, but Far from home acts as a sort of epilogue, with a little explanation of what happened as a result of Iron Man's actions in Game over, and a look at how things will continue.
Because of this, the public was not sure if the movie would have any post-credit scenes to show what will come next, especially because Marvel has not been very forthright with that information. Fortunately, we were appeased.
This is what happened in the middle credit scene.
The half credit scene (the one that comes after the fun, the animated credits that contain the names of the actors but before the black and white credits with the crew, etc.) continues right where the final scene was, with Peter on stage. MJ threw herself to the ground after taking her for a walk with her powers to throw the cloth. Everything looks great for our hero.
But then, a big ad comes to Times Square. Beck's recording of his time on the bridge has been spliced and filtered to make it look like he was the victim and Spider-Man killed him to keep him from saving the world in London. J. Jonah Jameson (played by J. K. Simmons, the same actor who played the character in Tobey Maguire Spiderman movies) then turns on and announces to the world that Peter Parker is Spider-Man.
The post-credit scene was an even bigger shock to the public.
If you thought it was a wild turn of events, be prepared to hear about the other post-credit scene. We see Maria Hill and Nick Fury sitting in a car together. At least, that's what it seems to be. Then they are transformed back into their original forms: The Skrulls, Soren and Talos, from Captain Marvel. And they are not exactly sure how well they did in emulating their SHIELD counterparts.
Talos calls Fury, explaining the situation and asking when he plans to return to his legitimate position. Then we see Fury ignore the call, which seems to be on a beach: however, he stands up, stretches himself and, instead, is in a spaceship. He tells the Skrulls around him to go to work.
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