Do Not Leave ‘The Avengers’ Before The End Credits
If you have seen any of the Marvel Studios productions, like “Iron Man,” “Thor,” “The Incredible Hulk” you already know that you should never leave the theater before the end credits (a trend DC tried to copy with “Green Lantern,” though not as successfully).
That’s because the end of credit scenes have–so far–included hints for what would be Marvel’s next big production (in this case, they all help build toward “The Avengers.”
Now, since as each day goes by I become more and more certain that “The Avengers” will not only wipe the taste of “John Carter” from Disney’s collective mouths, but also lay the ground work for Avengers 2.
So, imagine my surprise when I learn over at Superherohype that there will not be one end credit scene, but two!
Is this a way for Marvel to makeup for releasing the film last in North America? I have no idea, though what I do know is that when “The Avengers” ends, you should just sit back, get comfortable, and let the credits roll.