How Many ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ End-Credits Scenes Are There in the Marvel Movie?
Like so many Marvel films and TV shows before it, Spider-Man: No Way Home features an end-credits scene. Some Marvel Cinematic Universe projects even have multiple, featuring a mid-credits scene and then a post-credits scene. However, some end more abruptly, skipping the end scene altogether.
All of those clamoring Tom Holland fans want to know how long they need to wait in the theater after watching the third flick in the Spider-Man franchise. Here’s what they need to know about the post-credits scenes to make sure they catch every detail.
WARNING: The second half of this article contains spoilers for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home.’
How many post-credits scenes does ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ have?
Spider-Man: No Way Home has two end-credits scenes. It features a mid-credits scene dealing with a certain crossover, and a second one offering a glimpse at an upcoming Marvel title.
With the multiversal mess between Tom Holland (Peter Parker) and Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange largely cleaned up, snow then falls over New York. Peter Parker is about to start a very different next chapter in his life in the MCU.
Then the credits roll.
The first Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credits scene takes place in a bar. It mentions several Avengers like the Hulk and Iron Man.
Then, the second after-credits scene in the Spider-Man flick focuses on Doctor Strange, which seems to tie directly into several Disney+ shows.
WARNING: SPOILERS FOR ‘SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME’ BELOW
What is the mid-credits scene about?
The first Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credit scene deals with a crossover Sony set up in Venom 2. In Venom: Let There be Carnage Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock sits in a bar trying to understand the MCU. He can hardly believe how many superheroes the world contains, though.
The bartender then tells him about the Avengers, Iron Man, the Hulk, and others. Meanwhile, Venom’s voice prattles in Eddie’s head that they are drunk. However, Doctor Strange’s spell kicks in and whisks Eddie and Venom back to their universe just like it did with Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) and Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe).
Most of them, at least.
“The twist, though, is that part of the symbiote is left behind,” IGN notes.
Eddie and Venom left something behind in the bar: a tiny bit of Venom’s black symbiote. This seems to heavily hint at Holland finding himself tangled up in his own Venom symbiote in the Marvel Universe.
What is the second ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ post-credit scene about?
The after-credits scene, the second Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credits moment, feels somewhat unconventional.
Instead of a scene teasing future events, it plays more like a traditional trailer for Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.
It features the return of the villain Baron Mordo causing problems for Doctor Stephen Strange However, the (former) Sorcerer Supreme will not fight alone, as he recruited Wanda Maximoff to help him fix the universe.
Things became even wilder when it seemed the evil Supreme Strange from Marvel’s What If…? appeared.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (including any potential upcoming Spider-Man movies) is about to spiral into even more madness if the Spider-Man: No Way Home end-credits scenes are anything to go off.