One of the most anticipated movies of the year is that of Avengers: Age of Ultron, and fans don’t have to wait much longer as it will hit theaters in less than two weeks. Many have wondered about a possible credits scene that could end up attached to it. Well, one has leaked online and its validity is being questioned, but if it’s real, it’s a big deal.
Please let it be known that you could be SPOILED by going further into this article. While there is the great possibility that this credits scene is a fake, it may also be real. Continue on at your own risk.
Comic Book Movie put this out for the world to see, and it is a low-quality video that actually introduces someone to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is likely a fake, but it’s really well done for it to be fake. See for yourself.
Yes, that is indeed Spider-Man hanging out on the wall of a building and letting a window washer know how to do his job. Not only is he joking around with the window washer, but Avengers Tower can clearly be seen in the background of the scene.
While this would be an absolutely perfect way to introduce Spidey to MCU, it doesn’t seem very likely that it was legit.
Here are the reasons why it probably isn’t real:
- It’s been up almost 24 hours and Disney/Marvel has not yet taken it down off the web (no pun intended).
- Both Kevin Feige and Joss Whedon have said there will be no post-credits scene.
- The suit looks almost identical to that from Amazing Spider-Man, and it’s been said that the new suit will be different from that of the one Andrew Garfield wore.
- The actor playing the new Spider-Man hasn’t been cast yet. If you recognize the voice, please let the world know who it is.
Feige and Whedon have said there won’t be a post-credits scene for Avengers: Age of Ultron, but did say there will be a mid-credits scene. This Spider-Man scene obviously comes at the very end of it all.
For now, this is fun to see, but as The Guardian even pointed out, it’s likely a fake.
Avengers: Age of Ultron opens domestically on May 1, but it opens internationally on Wednesday. Once it opens up, there will be a lot more info coming out and everyone will know for certain if Spider-Man is in a post-credits scene for the film.
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