Spider-Man Far From Home is the second Marvel + Sony movie to chronicle the solo adventures of everyone’s favourite friendly neighbourhood superhero. In classic Marvel style, it has some revolutionary post-credit scenes. This is how many end credit scenes the film has and what they reveal.
Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker for the first Marvel film to hit cinemas since the epic Avengers: Endgame.
Fans have been desperate for News from Marvel’s Cinematic Universe (MCU) after the last Avengers film brought one storyline cycle to a close.
Spider-Man Far From Home has two end credit scenes and they are both packed with juicy hints and plot twists.
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As with other MCU movies, one focuses on our current hero and what could happen in his future.
The other, drops a massive hint about what may be next for Marvel as a whole.
The Spider-Man Far From Home end credits offer fans a taste of what is to come in Phase 4 of the MCU – and it looks awesome.
**WARNING SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME SPOILERS**
In the first end credit scene, the movie’s villain Mysterio (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) causes havoc from beyond the grave.
Peter takes MJ on a ride around town, via web-swinging, when edited footage sent to a news site is then broadcast over New York City.
The footage suggests Spider-Man wanted to “execute” civilians in a drone strike.
While Peter is reeling from this, Jonah Jameson (who fans may remember as editor of The Daily Bugle in Toby Maguire’s days as Spider-Man) appears.
Now a fake news anchorman, he shows further footage where Mysterio reveals the true identity of Spider-Man, leaving Peter fearing for his future.
In the second scene, more identities are exposed in an epic plot twist.
Nick Fury and Maria Hill are not as they seem.
The pair are quickly revealed to be shapeshifting Skrull leader Talos and his wife, who are filling in for the pair while the agents take a much-needed holiday.
Talos calls Fury, telling him he should consider returning to Earth to get back to S.H.I.E.L.D. business.
Fury, who is sunning himself on a Skrull vessel, seems to ignore the call as he wanders barefoot around the spaceship, asking aliens for help finding his shoes.
Could this mean the MCU is set to continue from an intergalactic location, at least for the time being?
The first film of Phase 4 has yet to be announced, but if this scene is anything to go by, we may be battling extraterrestrial enemies for several films to come.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is in cinemas now.