Reveal that Spider-Man: Far From Home has two post-credit scenes

Spider-Man: Far From Home

This Thursday, July 4 premieres in the national cinemas Spider-Man: Far From Home, the second film of the UCM that tells the adventures of the beloved Marvel character played by Tom Holland, 23 years old.

And a few days before the Chilean public can see the direct continuation of the events that occurred in Avengers: Endgame, those that were marked by the death of Tony Stark to prevent Thanos Spider-Man Far From Home theory: Is THIS who Mysterio REALLY is? from achieving his role again, the specialized critic has already removed the first conclusions about the film directed by Jon Watts.

Through Twitter, the first viewers assured that the film “is perfect to follow Endgame, and seriously, it has a lot of fun to deal with you,” wrote Jason Guerrasio of Business Insider.

Another one of those who praised the film was the Brazilian journalist Jana On Camera, who maintained that Far From Home is “better than Homecoming” and very “Spiderhilarante !, ¬°Spiderdivertida !, ¬°Spiderpectacular!”.

For his part, the director of Cinema Blend, Sean O’Connell was more specific and wrote that “the first half is very funny, with the good vibes of the Homecoming cast, but that second half is EXTRAORDINARY, delivering the best speed action ever. The most shocking ending in a Spider-Man movie. The fans will go crazy! ”

According to the first reports given by those who had the privilege of seeing the film, Spider-Man: Far From Home has two post-credit scenes, or rather, with two moments at the end of the film: One directly after finishing the film and another after the presentation of all those who participated in the production.

Theory that would have been mentioned last May when a supposed Disney special effects worker Spider-Man: Far From Home Star Tom Holland Wants to Work with Tarantino a full description on Reddit, stating that “there is a mid-credit scene and a post-credit scene, but only one is super important, It’s half the credits, I have not seen the post-credits scene directly, but another artist told me it was a funny thing with Happy and Peter, which has an insignificant impact on the overall story arc. “

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