However, those who stayed around until the end of the film found a fun additional scene continuing the flow of the actual movie where the Avengers gang went out for shawarma. It does raise more questions than it answers, though, and we asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige about it. With the snap of his fingers, Thanos literally makes half of all sentient life in the universe disappear. He said this was because there wasn't anything they could do that could top the shawarma scene at the end of , and he wanted this to feel original and not forced. You better look worried, Cap.
If Spider-Man had been cast, then maybe this would work but the Spider-Man that Marvel is going to roll out is a high school version of the character and one that is actually in high school. Also of note: Feige has semi-sorta-kinda confirmed one of the two roles to be filled. You can kind of see why Thanos may be angry with the Gods. How will Thanos get his hands on each of the Infinity Stones? But at the same time, this is a pretty small nitpick. The will to impress Death is what brings Thanos to the Infinity Gauntlet.
So wherever that is has been thought out, is specific and will be answered? This is the one that really matters, and teases where the future of the Marvel franchise is heading. The stones on film appear to differ slightly from the ones introduced in the comics, which have varied over time. We freaked, too, at first. Classic Feige, give an answer but provide more questions. What did you think of the Avengers: Age of Ultron post credits scene? Through all of the Marvel movies, there has been an entirely larger story arc told in the background, often through the end-credits scenes, where Thanos has attempted to secure several powerful stones for the Infinity Gauntlet, which he had crafted. The stinger lasts about half a minute. Thanos is the Mad Titan with one purpose: serving Death.
So, what is this Infinity Gauntlet item Thanos is after? Did you think Marvel was really going to leave you hanging? Don't do the Indiana Jones gun trick again differently. No second helping of shawarma for Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Read more below to learn more about this. In the Infinity Gauntlet comic series, Thanos attains all six Infinity Gems and assembles them into the Gauntlet. Basically, Thanos wants to wipe the existence of most life from the universe. In the extra scene, the camera fades in on the Infinity Gauntlet with no Infinity Stones in its slots.
I think the Russo Brothers are reaching a bit with their explanation, especially when the writers of their movie were baffled at the Ultron post-credits scene. In comparison, here's how his brother, superhero Starfox, looks: As you can see, the two look nothing alike. What does it mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Well that is sort of a lie. At the time, it had only been announced that Brian Tyler Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World was composing on Avengers 2 and the late addition of Elfman had some fans thinking that maybe, just maybe, he could be providing music for a potential special appearance of a certain friendly neighborhood since he scored Sam Raimi's original Spider-Man movie trilogy. Avengers: Age of Ultron exploded on the movie world this weekend and, after it was over, much of the talk was likely about the credits scene. If it were real of course, Disney and Marvel would be quick to take it down, especially pre-release.
If you left early or are confused by what you saw, here's what you should know. This seems too close to the Andrew Garfield version of the character and that version has long been scrapped. In a recent interview with , Whedon explained that he and Feige tried to come up with something but ultimately went the other way. Not only is he obsessed with killing others, but in the comics he is actually in love with the embodiment of Death itself. Half way through the credits, audiences viewing Avengers: Age of Ultron got a terrifying look into the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Do you want to see the Infinity Gauntlet storyline adapted to the silver screen in Infinity War? In the comics, this is done to impress and win the adoring affection of the aforementioned physical form of Death. The upside here, at least, is that there's less than a month until the film hits theaters, so the back and forth will be put to rest before we know it.
Fans who have seen Guardians of the Galaxy or read Marvel comics know that the purple Titan seen in the post credits scene was none other than Thanos. However, the mid-credits sequences started to become more important teasers for viewers than those at the very end of the film. I won't tell you what it is now, but come back after the film's release, and we'll have a full explainer breaking the scene down. Peter Parker, who we know is going to be next year in Captain America: Civil War and gets his own solo movie in summer 2017, hasn't been cast yet, so that's one obvious clue to the clip not being authentic since it features someone voicing the character. With much larger plans than just Earth. Jackson made his cardinal appearance as Nick Fury in 2008's , Marvel has treated credits scrawls as an event unto themselves - and a place for revealing the studio's next big-screen project. The stones have been sought after by the other main villains in the Marvel franchise, most notably, both Loki and Ronan in Guardians of the Galaxy — and in that film, The Collector possesses one and explains that there are six Infinity Stones out there.
Now you can just file out of the building in an orderly fashion and get on with your life. He's not, of course, but it was a wonderful idea based on hope. Marvel as being virtually impenetrable. You won't want to miss it. Elfman is simply helping on the main theme and some other work, but Marvel and Sony did overcome the odds and form an agreement that will see them and fold the property - officially - into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Having been banished from his home land for creating a weapon and killing his own mother, Thanos began scouring the universe obsessed with Death.
Next up are Ant-Man, coming in July, and then a few of the next ones include Captain America: Civil War May 2016 , Doctor Strange November 2016 , Guardians of the Galaxy 2 May 2017 , and Thor 3: Ragnarok July 2017. That is, there will be a short, epilogue-like scene that pops up shortly after the credits start. Those movies aren't coming out until 2018 and 2019, respectively, though, but this thread will probably be continued through the Marvel movies on the roster coming out between now and then. Originally, it was easy to suspect that Thanos was in Asgard, given that the first and only time we had seen the Infinity Gauntlet in the Marvel Cinematic Universe it was in Odin's vault. Mostly, Whedon just wants to get the word out so that no one sits through the whole credits, waiting for that final tease: Frankly, this comes as a bit of a relief.
He did one turn of his head in The Avengers and he has a scene in Guardians. There could be subtle nods to the inclusion of Spider-Man in future Avengers movies, but to have him with a speaking cameo is just too early on in the process to be real. If all of that isn't enough, Thanos was also granted immortality by Death itself. I love that Guardians now has its place amongst the pantheon. Appearing on a brand new and totally unofficial YouTube channel yesterday came the video above - a leaked post-credits scene from Avengers: Age of Ultron featuring Peter Parker in the Spider-Man costume being witty while on the side of skyscraper, with Avengers Tower in the background.