“Captain America: Civil War” is already on its international release and has already earned a whopping $224.3 million. Every bit of the movie is good including post-credit scenes that will definitely pique your interest.
Oh yes, there are post-credit scenes so do not immediately leave the theaters once the movie wraps up. Instead of one post-credits scene, there are two! Warning: SPOILERS!
According to The Wrap, America is always getting the short end of the stick when it comes to new movie releases. As consolation for having to put up with spoilers, they have always been given some form of ‘exclusive version’ of the film not available to the international audience. Take for example the infamous “shawarma” scene from the first ‘Avengers’ movie.
“Captain America: Civil War” might be on the same page as post-credit scenes show why it is rewarding to stick until the end of a movie. The scenes show a sort of bridge between what happened in the film and what will happen in the future films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Post Credits Scene 1:
The first scene shows Cap, T’Challa, and Bucky in Wakanda, where Bucky volunteers to be put back in cryo-stasis for fear of losing control of himself. T’Challa agrees to protect Bucky although Cap warns him that if the enemy finds out Bucky’s location they will come after him. T’Challa confidently tells Cap “Let them try,” as the camera pans to show a statue of a massive Wakandan Panther.
Post Credits Scene 2:
The next post-credits shows Peter Parker playing with some stuff given to him by Tony Stark. Suddenly a beam of light shoots from his wrist just as his Aunt May is coming in.
He frantically tries to hide it and she asks where Peter got his black eye. He responds that it was the fault of someone named Steve, referring to Cap, and saying the she doesn’t know him because he’s from Brooklyn.
Den of Geek reveals that these scenes are more or less previews for Marvel’s upcoming films “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Spiderman: Homecoming.” Post-credits seem to be the way to go for promoting Marvel’s upcoming films to fans.
“Captain America: Civil War” is set for release in the United States on May 6th, 2016.