If there is one thing all Marvel Cinematic Universe movies have in common, it’s that you can enjoy a little something extra after the main story is done.
Every MCU movie to date has had a mid-credit or post-credit scene and many times the films feature both. That all changes with Avengers: Endgame, which released on April 24 without a post-credit scene.
Post-credits scenes have been a staple of the MCU since 2009’s Iron Man ended with Nick Fury inviting Tony Stark to join the Avengers Initiative.
However, this doesn’t mean there isn’t any reason to stick around through the often-lengthy credits, as after the credits when the Marvel logo appears, you can hear something which sounds like metal works.
Some have compared it to the tolling of a bell, or Tony Stark working on his Iron Man suit, but it’s yet unclear if this is a teaser for future MCU films.
Avengers: Endgame, at 3 hours and 58 seconds, is the longest movie in the MCU’s history. It is being released in Pakistan on April 26,