So, this is it? We’ve reached? Yes, we’ve reached our destination. But still, something feels missing. And that was the post-credits scene in Avengers: Endgame. But there was the sound of Iron Man clanking his hammer against an anvil from the first Iron Man film, which reminded us all about the start of this long journey. But, there are a lot of fans who are asking why there wasn’t a post-credits scene?
And, finally, we have brought the answer to this very much searched question on the internet. The answer has been delivered straight from the directors of the film. In an interview with USA Today, Joe Russo revealed the reason why they opted not to have post-credit scenes in the film. He said,
“It was never in the cards. It was called ‘Endgame’ for a reason. This is it. This is the ending. The book is closed on that chapter of the Marvel universe and a new book will get written.”
I think it’s a great decision by the directors and also ending it with that sound reference to Iron Man was a good choice because it began with him and so, had to end with him too. Talking about the future, then Spider-Man: Far From Home will take us next to a new journey and we will surely have a lot of references and post-credit scenes in that movie.
Also, I think Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors too have done a marvelous job and whenever someone is going to talk about the success of MCU then their name will be the first to be honored. They made their entrance in the MCU with Captain America: Winter Soldier followed by Captain America: Civil War. After which, they were rewarded with the big one Avengers: Infinity War and now with Avengers: Endgame, they’re eyeing to become the directors of the highest grossing movie of all-time, which we believe will happen soon.
So, if you haven’t seen their finest work yet, then go watch Avengers: Endgame because it’s a lot more than just a superhero movie.
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