- Avengers: Endgame did not have any post-credits scene, a signature feature of all MCU movies that Marvel uses to advance the story and tease the next adventures.
- The WandaVision marketing tour included an interview where Elisabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany asked each other questions about the MCU. That’s where news of the canceled Endgame post-credits scene dropped.
- The Endgame tag would have teased WandaVision, addressing one of the film's biggest mysteries in the process.
One of the great things about the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the use of post-credits scenes to tease the upcoming adventures and advance the story's arc. The post-credits scenes became a signature feature of MCU films, and we expect Marvel to continue the tradition in the upcoming Disney+ shows and future movies. Most superhero movies these days feature credits scenes of their own, and we did see the practice employed in TV series, with Stranger Things being a prime example of that.
There is one important exception in Marvel’s movie universe so far, and that’s Avengers: Endgame. The film does not have a real post-credits scene, with Marvel instead honoring the original Avengers during the credits, with particular emphasis on Iron Man, who dies minutes earlier during the film's heartbreaking climax. However, it turns out that Marvel had at least one post-credits scene planned for Endgame, and we finally know what it is.
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