• ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Post-Credits Scene Explained

    4 days ago - By The Wrap

    (In case it wasn't clear from the headline, there are spoilers here for “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”)
    The live-action edition of Spider-Man may be contained within the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the foreseeable future, but Sony can still do what it wants with animated “Spider-Man” flicks - and thank goodness for that, because “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” totally owns with the way it embraces all corners of the Spider-Canon.
    But if you thought the seven Spider-People who participate in the plot in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” - Miles Morales , Peter Parker , Peter B...
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  • Does ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Have a Post-Credits Scene?

    4 days ago - By The Wrap

    “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” may not be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with a 99 percent Fresh rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, we're pretty much all in agreement that it's worth your time even so.
    The question, however, for this particular post is not whether you should go see this crazy thing, but whether you need to stick around after the movie is over for some kind of bonus post-credits scene. Bonus scenes after the credits have been a staple of the MCU since the beginning, but not so for big-screen “Spider-Man” movies - which have often eschewed the...
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  • Does ‘Aquaman' Have a Post-Credits Scene?

    4 days ago - By The Wrap

    “Aquaman” is the first DC Comics movie since the ill fated “Justice League” in 2017, and thus serves as sort of a soft reboot for the cinematic DC universe. It's the polar opposite of the old Zack Snyder-driven DC Extended Universe, bringing an overwhelming color palette and fully embracing the weirdness of Aquaman's world rather than trying to ground it or make it grim and gritty in any way.
    Up until “Justice League,” the DC Snyderverse was conspicuous for bucking the superhero movie trope of including a bonus scene after the credits to tease future movies or just have some fun (or both...
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