Note: This article contains spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.
Avengers: Endgame broke a longstanding Marvel tradition by doing away with the post-credits scene.
Fans sticking around to see what teases Marvel has in store were left sorely disappointed, though the producers have (sort of) gone back on that now.
Screenings of the blockbuster will now include a pre-movie message from Tom Holland encouraging audiences to stick around afterwards, and the new Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer after the credits have rolled.
The new trailer contains spoilers with a heartbreaking nod to the latest Avengers movie as Peter Parker mourns the loss of Tony Stark, so featuring a spoiler-heavy look seems appropriate after watching Endgame.
Meanwhile, Endgame‘s directors have opened up about a deleted scene that we missed out on in the movie, which involved Thor and Valkyrie.
“There’s a funny beat,” Anthony Russo revealed. “If you remember at the end of the film where Thor is saying goodbye to Valkyrie, he’s basically turning over Asgard to her.
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“In the endings, we felt we wanted to keep it a little tight, so we were looking for things to squeeze there.
“He had this beat where Valkyrie… she puts her arm on his shoulder. And [Thor] sort of starts to lean in for a kiss, and she goes, ‘What are you doing?’. And he goes, ‘Oh, I thought that the touch–’, and she’s like, ‘It’s a goodbye tap I’m giving you’.
“It was a really funny beat, but we cut it.”
Avengers: Endgame is out now. Spider-Man: Far from Home will be released on July 2.