‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ breaks with tradition by skipping post-credits scenes

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‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ differs from the superhero movie norms of post-credits scenes. Despite the fact that viewers have become used to expecting these scenes to build up next episodes or hint at potential plotlines, “Across the Spider-Verse” chooses not to include any post-credits scenes at all. Instead, the film tells the audience in a mid-credits sequence that Miles Morales will make a comeback in “Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse” before delivering its message. There aren’t any more scenes after the closing credits, so you don’t have to wait until the very end.Some fans may be disappointed by this deviation from the norm, but it ensures that moviegoers won’t miss any more material and does away with the customary post-credits suspense.

While the lack of post-credits scenes in “Across the Spider-Verse” may come as a surprise, it’s critical to realize that this choice is consistent with the Spider-Verse franchise’s approach to storytelling. The movie series, which is a planned trilogy, has a distinct long-term goal and doesn’t rely on post-credits scenes to establish subsequent movies. Instead, the story is skillfully woven into the primary plot itself, allowing the film to stand on its own while also giving possibility for more investigation. Therefore, even if the absence of post-credits scenes may break with the superhero movie norm, it enables “Across the Spider-Verse” to provide a satisfying viewing experience without requiring viewers to stick around until the very end to see scenes that never appear.

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