Spider-Man: Homecoming is scheduled to be released in the United States on July 7th. With less than a couple weeks to go, director Jon Watts is hyping up the film more and more and recently spoke about it at Sydney’s Supanova Comic-Con.

While speaking to the crowd in Sydney via Skype, Watts mentioned something he might have believed would entice even more people to go see his movie: there will be not one, but multiple post-credit scenes.

Nearly every superhero movie these days has a post-credit scene, but multiple isn’t as common. Then again, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 had a ridiculous FIVE post-credit scenes.

The way GoTG 2 laid them out was by having five “mini” post-credit scenes. However, Marvel movies typically just do two: one in the middle of the credits and one at the tail end.

Marvel’s Doctor Strange was released in October of 2016 and had only two post-credit scenes. One looked ahead to Thor: Ragnarok, while the other set up a potential Doctor Strange sequel. This could be similar to what Spider-Man: Homecoming does, assuming they only do two.

Then again, who really knows these days. Sometimes the post-credit scene is really juicy and enticing:

And sometimes they are pretty simple and comical:

Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released in the United States on July 7th. Here’s a look at the movie’s trailer:

[The Independent]

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