AceShowbiz - On Tuesday, November 7, Jason Momoa of "Justice League" confirmed that the upcoming DC film would have a post-credits scene by saying, "You've gotta sit through the whole thing. Go through the credits." Now, it is confirmed that the film will not only feature one but two post-credits scenes. Paul Shirey, editor-in-chief from Joblo, saw the press screening of the film and tweeted, "Stay in your seats to the post and end credits. (Yes, there are two) Don't let anyone spoil them for you beforehand."
Senior Editor of Nerdist, Dan Casey, also confirmed the end-credits scenes by tweeting, "There are two end credits scenes, by the way, so make sure you stay all the way through the legion of VFX artist, best boys, and production assistants that made the movie possible."
There are two end credits scenes, by the way, so make sure you stay all the way through the legion of VFX artists, best boys, and production assistants that made the movie possible. #JusticeLeague pic.twitter.com/BtdSEIlPmK
— Dan Casey (@DanCasey) November 10, 2017
DC Films isn't known for their consistency in featuring post-credits scenes like Marvel films. Audience usually expect at least one post-credits scene in any Marvel movie, but that is not the case with films from DC Extended Universe. "Suicide Squad" had a post-credits scene featuring Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne eating dinner with Amanda Waller, but the studio opted to release their additional content for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Wonder Woman" online. "Man of Steel" didn't even have any extra content. Charles Roven, the producer of "Wonder Woman", explained, "Don't think that we want to feel that we're forced to do something just because we didn't in the past."
It should be noted that "Justice League" introduces three new heroes who will have standalone films. So, the extra content may serve different purposes, which is pure entertainment or teaser for upcoming DC films "Flashpoint", "Cyborg" and "Aquaman". However, the end-credits scenes may not be serious or important after all, because Momoa said he completely forgot that extra scenes were in the script and almost walked out of the screening before the post-credits scenes played.
"Justice League" hits U.S. theaters on November 17.