Post Credits!

We bring to you all the post credits in just one video. Enjoy!

We explain few crucial ones:

Iron Man (2008)

The post-credits scene: After Obadiah Stane’s defeat and his identity revealed, Tony Stark celebrates his win in his Malibu mansion.  He is intruded by director of S.H.I.E.LD, Nick Fury who informs him of a new initiative: The Avengers. Nick Fury wants Iron Man to be a part of it.

Meaning of the Post Credit: This means that something big is going to come. It will not be just Iron Man. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) brings to table a whole lot mystery and suspense. Fury’s line – “You think you’re the only superhero in the world? You’ve become apart of a bigger universe” – wasn’t just referring to the character. It meant that Iron Man wasn’t a standalone movie, but part of a vast, interconnected story.

Iron Man 2 (2009)

The post-credits scene: A sleek black car arrives in the New Mexico desert. Agent Coulson steps out, stares off into the distance at an object buried in the ground and calls up Nick Fury(Director of S.H.I.E.L.D). “Sir, we’ve found it,” he says, as the camera zooms in on his finding which is Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir.

Meaning of the Post Credit: This indicates a link between Iron Man and Thor. May be an upcoming film where both of them will be together.The moment also shows Agent Coulson as a crucial player in uniting The Avengers, and dates back to an earlier scene in the movie where he excuses himself to deal with the incident.

Thor (2011)

The post-credits scene: Nick Fury brings Dr. Erik Selvig into S.H.I.E.L.D.’s secret underground department to show him an amazing object that’s recently come into their possession – The Tesseract. Fury tells the doctor that his work has impressed S.H.I.E.L.D. and they want him to head up their research to use the Tesseract’s power for good. Selvig gazes at the blue cube, as the camera reveals Loki in his reflection. “I guess that’s worth a look,” says Thor’s brother, before Selvig repeats the exact same line to Fury.

Meaning of the Post Credit: This clearly shows that what is going to happen in The Avengers and for sure Selvig will be controlled by Loki,Thor’s brother. The Tesseract is also the first Infinity Stone seen onscreen, giving an insight that there is a bigger story lying ahead in time.

Captain America (2011)

The post-credits scene: Well aware that he’s now going to live for eternity alone, Captain America punches out his frustration on a punching bag. “Can’t sleep?” asks Nick Fury (Director ,S.H.I.E.L.D). Steve responds with a comment about Fury only wanting him to help save the world again. This again hints on Caps role in Avengers.

Meaning of the Post Credit : This clearly hints at Captains association in Avengers.He is going to play a vital role in saving the world from outside threats in the upcoming Marvel film.

The Avengers 2012

The post-credits scene: Every Marvel film has two post credits.In the first credit scene, The army rushes to their master telling him of Loki’s defeat in acquiring the Tesseract. Thanos smiles.

Meaning of the Post Credit : We learn that Loki wasn’t working alone- he was working for someone. And as if introducing us to the Mad Titan wasn’t enough, it also confirms that at some point Marvel plans to visit the Kree race(which we will exactly meet in Captain Marvel). After this,We don’t see Thanos for another two years, at which point he turns up in Guardians of the Galaxy, so this clued us in on the MCU’s grand scheme.

The after-credits scene: The Avengers sit around a table in a kebab house getting their chow on with some of New Yorks finest shawarma

Meaning of the Post Credit : This second scene’s very much self explanatory: after engaging in a tough fight with Chittauri, The Avengers are tired and need good food. It’s a nice little end note that keeps things light, and was added in right before the movie was shipped to theaters. If you look closely you can see Cap covering his face – because Chris Evans had a beard at the time from another movie he was working on.

Avengers : Age of Ultron (2015)

The post-credits scene: Thanos is getting sick of his chittauri’s repeated failures to get the Infinity Stones, so we see him grumbling in annoyance as he puts the Infinity Gauntlet on and declares that he will fight himself.

What it means: If the first Avengers movie credits scene let Thanos’ plans be known, this lets the world know that he’s not messing around anymore. Watching him don the Infinity Gauntlet is a huge moment that pretty much confirmed (at the time) that the next Avengers movie would be strongly linked to the Infinity Stones. 

Thor Ragnarok (2017)

The post-credits scene: Thor: Ragnarok has a grand total of two post-credits scenes, and in the first one,Thor and Loki are aboard their new spaceship home, along with all the refugees of Asgard, trying to decide where to go next. They decide on Earth, even if its people are unlikely to throw Loki a parade when they realise he’s returned. It’s all lovely and fuzzy… until a huge, shadowy ship appears.  

Meaning of Post Credit: This marks the arrival of Thanos, the big bad for Avengers: Infinity War, who would later attack the ship and collect the Space Stone from Loki.

Ant Man and the Wasp (2018)

The post-credits scene: This is the best post credit ever.Scott Lang is down in the Quantum Realm aiming to gain/collect some energy to help the unstable Ghost, who is gradually losing her battle against her quantum-based illness. Outside of the realm, he’s being assisted by the Wasp, Hope van Dyne, plus Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne. Lang prepares to be pulled out – but is met with radio silence. The camera returns to where the trio were standing, only to see some dust fluttering in the wind.

Meaning of the Post Credit: Thanos’ has snapped. Since antman is in quantum realm, he is saved. The three waiting outside are turned into dust. The big question going into Ant-Man and the Wasp was just where the twosome were during the events of Avengers: Infinity War. Now we have our answer: Lang is trapped in the Quantum Realm – with Avengers: Endgame possibly dealing with that teeny-tiny roadblock – and there’s just the small matter of Ant-Man having to rescue Wasp, her mother, as well as the original Ant-Man. No pressure.

The end-credits scene: We’re back at Scott Lang’s house for the movie’s second stinger. An eerie piece of static buzzes in the distance but, to lighten the mood, we’ve got the giant ant (who was used to fool the FBI into thinking Lang hadn’t bailed on his house arrest earlier in the movie) playing the drums. He’s pretty good at it, too.

Meaning of Post Credit: At first glance: nothing, really. It’s a small, light scene to lighten the mood after the traumatic events of the first post-credits scene. However, this is also our first glimpse at how Thanos has affected the world-at-large. TV stations are down – and the world is most likely in chaos. Dun-dun-dun…

Captain Marvel (2019)

The post-credits scene: The moment we’ve all been waiting for. Back in the present day, Captain Marvel answers Nick Fury’s distress call. With Black Widow, Bruce Banner, and War Machine examining the pager at Avengers HQ, Carol suddenly shows up behind the trio and asks, “Where’s Fury?”

Meaning of the Post Credit: This is all just a neat way to get Captain Marvel into the fold before the events of Avengers: Endgame. She has a pretty important role early on in the movie, so this just trims out any potential fat from having to introduce her mid-movie.

The end-credits scene: Goose, having swallowed the Tesseract earlier in the movie, dry heaves and spits the Space Stone out. 

What it means: Not a whole lot really, but we finally discover how the Tesseract made its way into SHIELD hands, which is something.