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Captain Marvel has finally blasted its way into theaters, which means Brie Larson can relax about inadvertently spoiling the film's many twists. But one thing everyone who's planning on seeing the movie should know is just how many postcredits scenes you should be prepared to sit through once the kickass Carol Danvers finishes punching the lights out of . . . well, basically everyone.
If you're one of the many who will likely flock to movie theaters over the next few days to catch Captain Marvel in action, then be aware that there are two — count 'em, two — extra scenes that play after the credits begin their painfully slow crawl. The first and most important scene happens relatively quickly, functioning as more of a midcredits scene. The second is much more lighthearted, but contains a special nod to one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's most powerful objects, so it's not to be missed, either. Wondering what goes down in each of the postcredits scenes? We'll break it down for you below.
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Warning: again, MAJOR Captain Marvel spoilers ahead, so stop reading now if you don't want to know what happens!
What Happens in Captain Marvel's First Postcredits Scene?
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Not long after the first batch of credits for the film start scrolling, we find ourselves in the high-tech, top-secret lab at Avengers headquarters that we've seen in past Marvel films. There, Steve Rogers/Captain America and Natasha/Black Widow are staring in horrified shock at the screens around them, which are tallying the ever-growing number of people who disappeared around the world when Thanos completed his infamous snap at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. (We've seen bits and pieces of this scene in the Avengers: Endgame trailer.) "This is a nightmare," Captain America says, before Black Widow responds, "I've had better nightmares."
Then Bruce Banner...
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