There are no spoilers or details from the premiere of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania inside this article, just some details from the first reactions that confirm whether or not a post-credit scene is attached.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has officially had a world premiere with reactions from the audience who attended already making their way online, some even within minutes of leaving the theater.
One question that is always at the top of all MCU fan’s minds is if a post-credit scene will be attached to the movie, and if so, how many are attached? The reactions from the world premiere’s attendees confirmed that there are at least two post-credit scenes attached during the ending credits of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
However, details on what the post-credit scenes entail won’t be released officially until the movie is released on the 17th of February, worldwide. It has been said, however, that the post-credit scenes seen by the audience of the premiere are reportedly some of the best that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has produced in years.
Some reactions also suggested that fans should simply go to the theater as soon as possible once the threequel releases, so that they can avoid any major spoilers online. This is typically said by fans of the MCU every time a project with post-credit scenes is attached, however, these reactions appeared a bit more enthusiastic than usual.
It’s safe to say that the post-credit scenes during the credits of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania probably have some sort of setup for the future of the fifth phase. Ant-Man‘s third installment is both kicking off the fifth phase and introducing the first live-action version of Kang that will be classed as a conqueror. Unlike the variant we got to see in the Loki series on Disney Plus, He Who Remains, despite also being played by Jonathan Majors.
Two Avengers sequels are lined up for the next two phases of the MCU, one being Avengers: Kang Dynasty and the other Avengers: Secret Wars, which will be teased more and more throughout the upcoming phase 5 projects no doubt. It has already been established that multiple Kang variants will most likely be appearing throughout the next few years, we will just have to wait and see exactly how many will pop up along the way.
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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania comes to theaters on the 17th of February.