As is tradition with Marvel Studios’ releases, there’s also always the question on everyone’s minds about how many post-credit sequences they may expect. While two have become the norm from the studio, we’ve also been surprised in the past such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 playing with the concept. Spider-Man: Homecoming had a second post-credit that was more of a little joke to keep the audiences on their toes. With Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘ release on the horizon, the question has also been raised about what to expect.
Luckily, hot off the heels of the red carpet premiere, ComicBook.com has revealed that the upcoming film will include two post-credit sequences. Of course, they haven’t included any details on what they entail but it helps to know going into the film. The Doctor Strange sequel will explore the vast multiverse, and may have the biggest potential in how it explores its post-credit sequences. It wouldn’t be too surprised if it sets up the future of the entire MCU, as who knows if this is just the beginning of how the rest of the universe may end up exploring this concept.
For now, all we can do is theorize as the film is set to release in just a few more days. It’s going to be tough to avoid spoilers, but who knows how little we actually know about the film. There’s a lot of potential and Sam Raimi’s return to direct a superhero film is an exciting prospect from the get-go. It’ll be interesting to see what the film and even the future has in store for its audience.