Many fans will reach the end of Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse and wonder if there’s a Spider-Verse 2 post-credits scene. One of the most current themes in superhero movies is a post-credit scene that sets up a potential sequel or features the titular hero dealing with some funny situation. So, should fans be aware of any post-credit scenes in the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel?
Is there a Spider-Verse 2 post-credit scene?
There are no post-credits or end-credits scenes in the Spider-Verse 2 movie.
The film just features a reminder that Miles Miles (Shameik Moore) will return in the upcoming Beyond the Spider-Verse. Still, the credits are very artistic, so fans might want to check them out. They appear to be some artwork from the movie featuring the main characters. It doesn’t even feel like Across the Spider-Verse needs a post-credit scene, as the plot already does an excellent job of setting the already-announced sequel. It doesn’t come as much surprise that new adventures await Miles and his Spider-friends since the movie ends with a cliffhanger. Fans must wait until March 29, 2024, to see what will happen next.
Why are there no Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse post-credit scenes?
Producers took a different route than the one followed in 2018’s Into the Spider-Verse, where a post-credit scene introduced LYLA and Miguel O’Hara, a.k.a. Spider-Man 2099. O’Hara (Oscar Isaac) travels across the multiverse to meet Spider-Man from the 1967 animated series in a fantastic encounter that takes inspiration from the well-known meme of two Spider-Men pointing at each other, which was also heavily referenced in the freshly-released Across the Spider-Verse.
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