Black Widow: Is there a post-credits scene? Should we stay?

FIND OUT IF THERE IS A POST-CREDIT SCENE AT THE END OF BLACK WIDOW IN THE MOVIES!

After some significant delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Marvel Studios movie Black Widow is finally ready to arrive this week! In Marvel Studios' action-packed spy thriller Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, faces the darker parts of her registry when a dangerous conspiracy linked to her past unfolds.

Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must face her past as a spy and the broken relationships left in its wake long before she becomes an Avenger. For those who want to know if the movie will be available soon on Disney +, read this! Will Black Widow have a post-credits scene after the movie ends? Here's what you need to know.

IS THERE A POST-GENERIC SCENE AT THE END OF BLACK WIDOW?

Yes, there is a post-credits scene at the end of Black Widow. However, this isn't a traditional post-credits scene we're all used to. Typically, when an MCU movie ends, we see a more stylized credits sequence with the stars before the mid-credits scene.

Then, the main credits roll before a last and very short post-credits joke. But according to our sources, that's not exactly how it's going to turn out for Black Widow. This time, right after the movie ends, fans will see the main credits.

Fans will need to watch all of the normal credits before seeing the post-credits scene. Because of this, it looks like we're going to miss the Marvel-style credits altogether. Hopefully, the scene is good enough that people want to watch the standard, longer credits roll to see it in the first place.

For those who have started to speculate on what the scene might involve - and whether or not it could have been a late addition to the movie, to reflect an aspect of the ever-changing MCU timeline. It looks like the footage was already set in stone. Considering Shortland previously said the final cut has been ready for a year, this detail makes a lot of sense.

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