'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Post-Credits Scenes: A Spoiler-Free Guide
Spider-Man: Far From Home is still a week away, but with reviews already in you’re probably wondering about the new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie’s post-credits scenes. After all, Avengers: Endgame didn’t have anything after the credits, so this is Marvel’s first chance to tease Phase 4 of the MCU. But does Spider-Man: Far From Home even have a post-credits scene (or scenes)? Here’s what you need to know in a totally spoiler-free guide.
Short answer: Yes! If you’re sitting in the theater right now, put your phone down and look back up at the screen. Something awesome is about to happen. If you’re reading this at home (or work, we won’t tell) then keep scrolling for a breakdown of which Spider-Man: Far From Home post-credits scenes are actually worth watching and which you can skip (if any).
Spider-Man: Far From Home returns to classic MCU form with not just one but two post-credits scenes. Usually, the first one (right after the stylized credits) is super important, while the second is just a joke that’s not always worth sitting through the entire credits to see. In this case, however, both are worth watching.
The first, which happens just moments after the movie’s official ending, is focused squarely on Spider-Man. It does an excellent job of setting up Peter Parker’s next solo adventure while teasing the return of another classic antagonist. I promised no spoilers though, so you’ll just have to see Far From Home to find out who that is.
Then, at the very end of the credits, Marvel gives us a glimpse at its grander plans for Phase 4 (and possibly beyond). This extremely short post-credits scene will absolutely blow you mind. Trust me, stick around until the very end. It’s worth it.
That’s all for now, but stay tuned as we roll out even more Spider-Man: Far From Home coverage a little closer to the movie’s release. Oh, and in case you missed it up top, check out my spoiler-free review right here.
Spider-Man: Far From Home swings into theaters on July 2.