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Does Bumblebee Have a Post Credits Scene?

There are a lot of fans who want to know whether the movie, Bumblebee is going to have any post-credits scene or not and if you’re one of those fans then at the end of this article you’re going to know every single detail about the post-credits scene of the movie.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

We all know that the movie is going to be a really great one as it has been revealed by the recent score given by the Rotten Tomatoes according to which the movie has been certified fresh after the submission of more than 40 reviews. The movie has got a score of 93% which is really amazing as the time of the release is coming closer and closer.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

But, as we all know that a lot of focus is on the post-credits scene of the movie because people already know that this movie is going to be a really great one and they do want to know about the future of Transformers movies as we all know that it is one of the most famous franchises of all time.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

We know that the movies haven’t been quite great in recent years but you simply can’t say a lot of bad things about this famous franchise as it has grossed a sum of nearly $4.38 billion to this date. Also, this franchise is the one which started the trend of the post-credits scene as we had three post-credits scenes in Transformers of 2007.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

On the other hand, Revenge of the Fallen had two mid-credits scenes but in both Dark of the Moon and The Last Knight, we saw single stingers in each respectively. So, there are a lot of talks about whether we are going to see the post-credits scene in the movie Bumblebee or not? Well, happily the answer is yes.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

But, there are reports that the first of the two post-credits scenes of the movie is going to have something related to the things we wanted to see. So, at the end, when the whole adventure of Charlie and Bumblebee has ended in the movie, the movie ends the pre-credits and have the main character driving across the famous Golden Gate Bridge.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

While having that ride the fans will witness a semi-truck which will surely bring a lot of cheers in the theaters. Also, we will see Bumblebee walking with Optimus Prime through a forest as they’re talking about the battle which is going to come and with that the camera pans up and reveals a lot of Autobots making their way on the earth.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

There are chances that the movie is going to connect to the events of movie Transformers which came back in 2007 or maybe it is going to start a new journey of the pair. Predicting the moves of Paramount Pictures is really tough and in order to know, we have to wait and see it.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

But, also in the next post-credits scene of Bumblebee, we will be able to get our eyes on Hailee Steinfeld’s character in the film and there will be many who’ll say that she shouldn’t return in future movies but in the scene we will see that she is going to have the freedom she was craving for in all these years In the movie.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

The fans who can’t hold their excitement after reading, this should take a look at the synopsis of the movie as it’ll surely calm down their curiosity of knowing more. The synopsis of the movie is down below and the movie is going to come pretty soon in theaters:

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug.

Bumblebee Post-Credits Scene

So, are you excited to know about the future of the Transformers series? Then do watch the movie as it is going to be released on December 21, 2018, and do tell us about your views on the movie in the comments section down below.

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