Starting this Thursday, June 1st, Spider-Man fans will find the new animated film of the popular wall climber on commercial billboards. In total, the audience has to stay in their seats for 2 hours and 16 minutes, unless they want to leave a little earlier once the credits appear on the screen. However, leaving a cinema early is a gigantic risk these days. And what is that risk? It lacks the post-credits scenes that virtually all multimillion-dollar superhero movies come with anyway, whether it’s from Marvel or DC, so there’s (basically) no reason to believe that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is the exception.
But calm down! There’s no danger of encountering any spoilers in this note… Well, just a minor spoiler (which doesn’t really deserve the term). This is, to the surprise of many, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has no post-credits scenes.
That’s right, you read that right. This second film starring Miles Morales / Spider-Man has no additional scenes shown during or after the credits. This is a very unusual decision by Sony Pictures; Not only because post-credits scenes have become a hallmark of superhero movies and all popular franchises, but also because the original movie itself, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) there was an additional scene. In it we met Miguel O’Hara / Spider-Man 2099, a character who acquires enormous importance within the plot in the recently released sequel.
In the middle of the credits Across the spider versethe only thing the public will appreciate is a text card that guarantees the return of Miles Morales through Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse; forthcoming film, which to our knowledge will be the conclusion of a planned trilogy.
In December 2021, producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller announced this Across the spider verse it would be split into two films. And finally, this “Part 2” got the title Beyond the Spider-Versewhich is scheduled for release on March 29, 2024. Are you excited?
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Versetitled Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse In Latin America, it is currently showing in Mexican cinemas. Have you already bought your tickets?