There are two Spider-Man: No Way Home end credit scenes but what do they mean? Here’s the Spider-Man: No Way Home end credit scenes explained.
Marvel fans know that you never leave a Marvel movie before letting the entire credits roll — and Spider-Man: No Way Home is not any different. There is a mid-credit scene and an end credit scene during this movie and you don’t want to miss either one of them. Below are the Spider-Man: No Way Home post credit scenes explained — fair warning, there are spoilers for the movie.
WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME AHEAD!
Spider-Man: No Way Home Mid-Credit Scene
Venom: Let There Be Carnage has a mid-credit scene that features Tom Holland’s Spider-Man so it is only fitting that Spider-Man: No Way Home would have one featuring Venom. Fans might have expected him to show up in this film, but it isn’t until this scene that he does.
Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock can be seen sitting at a bar in the beach town that he appeared in during his post credit scene. He is talking with the bartender and learning all about the Avengers like Iron Man and Hulk, as well as the story of Thanos and the blip.
He finds a lot of it hard to believe, and says he thinks he should go see Spider-Man in New York City. Venom would rather go skinny dipping. Before the two can decide, they fade and disappear, due to the ending events of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
But the best part is that a small piece of symbiote is left behind on the bar top. Could this be the way of bringing a new Venom into the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Only time will tell.
Spider-Man: No Way Home End Credit Scene
The post credit scene for Spider-Man: No Way Home is actually a bit of a teaser trailer, or sizzle reel, of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. He is dealing with the consequences of his messed up spell from Spider-Man: No Way Home and even though things are fixed now, or at least seem to be, he is messed up.
There are many things that flash up on the screen as fans hear lines spoken over them like “Don’t cast that spell” and “It was the only way”. This is all the aftermath of the events in Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange realizes he needs an alley to help him. So he goes to see Wanda. This is the first time we have seen her since WandaVision and in one of her clips she is in full Scarlet Witch mode — and it is glorious.
There is a wedding scene where it seems like Christine Palmer is getting married, but not to Doctor Strange. There are several glimpses at America Chavez, who is known to be making her MCU debut in Multiverse of Madness, and you can see her iconic jeans jacket. When Strange meets Wanda, he tells her he isn’t there to talk about Westview, he needs her help – with the multiverse.
Fans will also see the first look at Shuma-Gorath — while fighting with Doctor Strange – and it is amazing. As if that isn’t enough to make the audience go crazy, there is a voiceover, seemingly from Mordo, saying “the biggest threat is you” — and the camera spins to see a second Doctor Strange.
It is Doctor Strange Supreme, the “evil” version from from What If, looking back at the MCU version of Doctor Strange. This is the first of several animated What If characters that are rumored to be moving to live action. Another is Captain Carter, who is said to appear in the very same film.
About Spider-Man: No Way Home
With Spider-Man’s identity now revealed, our friendly neighborhood web-slinger is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life as Peter Parker from the high stakes of being a superhero. When Peter asks for help from Doctor Strange, the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.
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Tessa Smith is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved Film and TV Critic. She is also a Freelance Writer. Tessa has been in the Entertainment writing business for almost ten years and is a member of several Critics Associations including the Critics Choice Association, Hollywood Critics Association, and the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association.