MAJOR SPOILERS: BLACK PANTHER's Two After-Credits Scenes Have Been Revealed

<font color=red>MAJOR SPOILERS:</font> BLACK PANTHER's Two After-Credits Scenes Have Been Revealed

If you don't want Black Panther to be spoiled for you, step away now! With the review embargo lifted, the movie's after-credits scenes have been revealed and you can find out all about them after the jump.

The review embargo for Black Panther has lifted and, as you now know, the verdict is overwhelmingly positive! Once again, Marvel Studios has delivered a hit and considering the fact it's a blockbuster with a black cast, the upcoming movie also marks a step forward in terms of diversity on the big screen. 

However, while Ryan Coogler's aim was to deliver a satisfying solo adventure for T'Challa, Black Panther also has to set up what's next in the MCU and we are, of course, talking about Avengers: Infinity War!

So, what do the after-credits scenes do to lay the groundwork for that movie? Well, there are two scenes in total and they're...well, not underwhelming but perhaps not what you were expecting either. If you want to find out what they entail, all you need to do is click on either one of the buttons below.

 

WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS FOLLOW FROM THIS POINT ON

After-Credits Scene #1



The first scene serves as an epilogue of sorts for Black Panther as T'Challa arrives at the UN and makes it clear to the world that Wakanda is going to come out of hiding and finally start sharing its advanced technology with the world. Why? Well, the King simply wants to make the Earth a better place!

That's pretty much it but it could be a sign we're about to get a Marvel Cinematic Universe which is more fantastical in nature, especially considering the fact Wakanda looks almost alien. So, while this might not be overly exciting, you'll be very glad to know that the second scene is a bigger tease...
 

After-Credits Scene #2



Here's where Avengers: Infinity War comes into play. In a small Wakandan village, the camera pans to a hut where a group of kids are playing before Shuri appears and tells them to leave the man inside alone. They run out and it's then that we learn T'Challa's sister has come to visit a now awake Bucky.

Walking out of the hut, we see he only has one arm before Shuri asks how he is and he explains he's feeling much better now (as she's helped remove HYDRA's programming). She then says there's a lot more to learn - a reference to Thanos' arrival, perhaps? - and the two then walk into the distance.

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