With Avengers: Endgame internationally and hours away from going to theaters in the United States, you probably wonder if the movie has a mid-credit or post-credit sequence. Until that time, every film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has an order that is dressed at the end, but Endgame will have nothing visual. Instead, there is a short audio stinger attached.
Don't worry, there are no Endgame spoilers here, but there is a description for sound stinger at the end. For more on the movie, check out our Avengers: Endgame review or read some reviews from across the industry.
Avengers: Endgame marks the 22nd film in the MCU and the first time in the shared movie universe that does not have a visual sequence dressed for the end, teases what's next for Marvel. However, there may be a reason to hold on as there is a sound stall at the end when the Marvel logo appears. The metal metal sound is open to interpretation, but it has been suggested it resembles Tony Stark forging its first Iron Man armor. As soon as the credits start rolling, the choice is yours. You can leave the theater or stay through the credits to hear a sound that might matter to phase 4.
Endgame is actually the end of MCU's phase 3, and as we learned last month, these movies will be known as The Infinity Saga. As the latest mid-credits and post-credit sequences go, Infinity War ended with Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury, who contacted Captain Marvel on a pager. Ant-Man and Wasp left Paul Rudd's Scott Lang trapped in Quantum Realm with his friends broken to dust, and Captain Marvel showed us, Brie Larson's Carol Danvers, who answered the pager's call in today's meeting with Avengers. In addition, there were also a couple of comedy post-credit moments.
Some of these sequences give the audience a hint about what's coming next. But with Endgame being the end of the 22-movie journey, there is nothing left to tease before Phase 4 begins ̵
In our Endgame review, GameSpots wrote Mike Rougeau, "Endgame is really a love letter for the whole MCU – everything." In addition, you can enjoy our predictions of who will die in the video above, the latest teaser for the movie, and the best ways to avoid spoilers for Endgame, which hits theaters on April 26th.
If you can't wait for the end credits to use the facilities, check out our guide on when to pee. It's spoiler-safe, giving just vague considerations to which events to look at as you step out to ease yourself. In just over three hours long and the effort is so high, no one will blame you if you need a quick bathroom tour.