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Does Spider-Man: No Way Home Have A Post-Credits Scene?

By the time the credits start to roll on "Spider-Man: No Way Home," you may need a few minutes to catch your breath. It's a whirlwind of a movie filled with introductions of fan-favorite characters and plenty of teases for the future of the franchise.

As you well know by this point, "No Way Home" centers on Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) messing with the multiverse, resulting in a who's who of villains making their way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's up to Peter and his friends to track all the antagonists down to send them back to their own realities. 

As you sit there contemplating life, it's been expected for Marvel movies to have post-credits scenes, and you'll be pleased to hear that "No Way Home" is no exception. There are some exciting developments on the way, so don't leave for the restroom immediately once the movie is finished. Don't worry; we won't describe what the scenes are here. 

Yes, there are two post-credits scenes in Spider-Man: No Way Home

Marvel fans have a bounty awaiting them once the credits start rolling on "Spider-Man: No Way Home." There's not one but two scenes awaiting audiences, so make sure you don't get out of your seat just yet. 

As is the case with many other Marvel movies, the first is a mid-credits scene. You'll find it shortly after the first set of credits start to roll. For the second scene, you'll have to wait until the entirety of the credits are finished. Suffice to say, both scenes have major implications for the future of both the "Spider-Man" franchise as well as the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole, so if you want to stay in the loop, you'll want to stick around just a little bit longer. 

Marvel fans know to stay in their seats even after the credits start to roll. But if you're a casual fan, make sure to follow their lead. You won't want to miss a single second of "Spider-Man: No Way Home."