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Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves - Is There An End Credit Scene?

"Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves" burst into theaters in 2023, bringing the beauty of the tabletop game to live-action. Given the state of the industry, audiences go into blockbuster movies like "Honor Among Thieves" expecting an end credit scene that sets up a sequel — thanks, Marvel. While the film rewards those who stick around for the credits, it isn't a tease for what's to come. 

Yes, "Honor Among Thieves" does include a scene within the credits, returning to one of the funniest jokes in the movie. After the stylized credits finish, the mid-credits scene takes audiences back to the graveyard where the heroes interrogated the undead for the location of The Helm of Disjunction. We see they left one poor soldier alive, never asking him the fifth and final question that would have laid him to rest. Instead, he's still sitting up in his grave, hilariously and painfully, waiting for someone to ask him one more question. 

Those hoping for a sequel tease are out of luck, as "Honor Among Thieves" relies on its ending to do that instead. However, there's no need to stick around for the entire credits, as the mid-credit scene is the final laugh of the movie.

Will there be an Honor Among Thieves sequel?

"Dungeons & Dragons" is in the midst of a massive resurgence, and "Honor Among Thieves" only pushes the franchise to even greater heights. The movie surprised nearly everyone who went to see it, so the natural question is, when are we getting a sequel?

Writer-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein sat down with Polygon, revealing that they didn't approach "Honor Among Thieves" with a sequel in mind, but they aren't opposed to returning to the world. "It was never our intention when we came on board this film to make it a franchise," Daley said. "I think that would cloud our ability to focus entirely on the film at hand," throwing shade at studios who rush to establish a cinematic universe instead of making a good movie first.

If Paramount greenlights a sequel, Goldstein said they'd continue to tell stories with the "Honor Among Thieves" party. However, they would definitely introduce some new characters, monsters, and locations. "Now that we've finished it, and we're relying on the fates to decide if this thing is a success," Daley said. "We would absolutely love to continue to tell stories in this world. We think it's absolutely ripe with potential."