Rumor: ‘The Marvels’ and ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ to Feature Just One Post-Credits Scene

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Marvel fans know the thrill of waiting for post-credits scenes. It’s like a secret handshake, a hidden treat for those in the know. And lately, a rumor has been floating around. According to a tweet by MyTimeToShineHello, the forthcoming “The Marvels” might carry forward this tradition with just one post-credits scene. Interestingly, whispers are that ‘Captain America: Brave New World’ will follow the same path.

For ‘The Marvels,’ this rumor could very well hold water. With its release date just around the corner, decisions about post-credits scenes are likely firming up. However, when it comes to ‘Captain America: Brave New World,’ it’s still a long way to go. The MCU is known for its unpredictability, and a lot can change in the run-up to the movie’s release. So, it’s wise to take such early rumors about it with a pinch of salt.

But one-post credit scenes aren’t new in the MCU playbook. Recall the pioneering days with Iron Man 1 and Captain America 1.’ These classics gave fans just a taste, a single post-credits scene, setting the foundation for the sprawling universe that we now eagerly follow.

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Zooming in on ‘The Marvels,’ the plot is gearing up to be a rollercoaster. The film weaves a tale around Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel), Monica Rambeau, and Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel). Brought to life by Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, and Iman Vellani, this super trio faces an unusual predicament. Each time they unleash their powers, they end up switching places. What a superpowered mix-up!

For those eagerly waiting, jot this down: ‘The Marvels’ is scheduled for a grand release on November 10, 2023. As always, whether it’s one post-credits scene or more, make sure you stick around till the very end!

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