No Post-Credits Scene in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, Audio Clip Instead
Avengers: Endgame is finally here. Marvel fans have waited for a decade now and the anticipation is on its peak as the film releases today in India. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has some of the most loved range of films. All the films either have a mid-credit or a post end-credit sequence, or both which is a trademark for Marvel and is always awaited by the fans. But things this time will be different.
The post end-credit scenes in Marvel films are normally meant to foreshadow some details about the next film. It has always left audiences waiting and wanting for more, keeping them hooked till the next film comes.
However this time, Avengers: Endgame is the concluding film. So what use does a post end-credit scene have anyway?
This time around, Marvel leaves us with an audio stringer post the end credits, while the Marvel logo appears on the screen. The audio has been described to be “clanking” , which could be a metal noise, and fans on Reddit have their own theories about it.
The most interesting and convincing possibility was raised by Reddit User OxideCyanide, who said “Even though we didn’t see anything, we heard the sound of a ‘blacksmith’ hammering something metal. Those who are unfamiliar with the sound, that ‘blacksmith’ was Tony Stark making the very first Iron Man suit. The one that started it all.” wrote the user.
While it may be a bittersweet feeling for any Marvel fan to not be able to experience one of the most exciting aspects of Marvel films - something is better than nothing, right?