SPOILERS: Here's A Description Of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR's Spectacular Secret After-Credits Scene
Captain America: Civil War's second after-credits scene wasn't shown to the press, but with the movie now open overseas, it's already found its way online! Hit the jump for a detailed description...
With Captain America: Civil War now playing in France and Korea, the floodgates have opened when it comes to spoilers. In fact, YouTube is crawling with bootleg versions of certain scenes and moments from Marvel's Phase 3 release, including the after-credits scene which was not shown to press either in the US or UK. Why Marvel chose to keep this under wraps is hard to say, but here's a description!
WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS FOR CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR FOLLOW
The scene opens with Peter Parker playing around with his web-shooters (though these are ones which were seemingly rebuilt for him by Tony Stark) as he has a conversation with his Aunt May. All of a sudden, a red beam shines from it, something he's forced to hide when she walks into his bedroom. All the while, they're talking about Peter's black eye, one he admits he got from a guy called Steve from Brooklyn...yes, THAT Steve from Brooklyn! There's some fun banter between Peter and his hot aunt - including a subtle reference to Giant-Man - and then Peter shines the beam up at the ceiling, revealing the classic red Spidey logo he would shine on criminals in the comics, only it's now some sort of computer interface. The screen goes to black, and we see "Spider-Man will return."
Sounds pretty awesome, right? This is the after-credit scene being shown overseas, but with the Russo Brothers previously teasing THREE of them, it's possible that the states will get something different. After all, a Doctor Strange sneak peek or something similar would be a pretty fitting reward for making fans from that side of the pond have to wait another week to see Captain America: Civil War!
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