Now that you’ve watched “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, let’s discuss about the 2 post credits scenes in the movie. Thanks to several moviegoers who were successful in secretly recording these scenes, the clips are now available on YouTube. For now.

Warning, this article will contain spoilers so read at your own risk.

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During the mid credits scene, Adrian Toomes/Vulture is in jail following the events of the Stark Industries’ private plane crash. An inmate and former associate Mac Gargan approaches Toomes, seeking information about Spider-Man’s identity but Toomes doesn’t sell the web-slinger out.

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He gets a moment of redemption and he gets to protect Peter, even though Peter would never know,” director Jon Watts told Entertainment Weekly. “It’s his way of saying thank you. You couldn’t just rely on the tropes of the villain being a murderer and killing a bunch of people. He had to be redeemable in some capacity in the end“.

Spider-Man: Homecoming
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As for whether Michael Keaton’s Vulture would return to wreck havoc or aid Peter Parker, Watts has an answer. “Toomes definitely could come back,” the filmmaker added. Many are also assuming that Mac Gargan will be assuming his comic role as Scorpion in the sequel.

As for the 2nd post credits scene, it’s not relevant to the story plot but it still provided audiences with a few good laughs. Chris Evans delivers yet another PSA as Captain America. He debates the value of patience – of how sometimes it pays off, but in this case, it doesn’t.

Watch:

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is out now in cinemas.

Feel free to read our “Spider-Man: Homecoming” review and check out 10 interesting fun facts about the movie.

Sources: E! News, Movie Web, Coming Soon.

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