'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Post-Credits Scenes Explained

Avengers: Endgame didn't have a post-credits scene, but moviegoers will need to stay in their seats when they go watch Spider-Man: Far From Home.

The first MCU film following the epic conclusion of the Infinity Saga and the second Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland includes two post-credits scenes. One will appear immediately following the end of the movie - technically a mid-credits scene - and the second after the credits finish.

One has major implications for Spider-Man individually, while the other could impact the MCU as a whole. Here's what happened and what it means.

SPOILER ALERT! If you don't want to know what happens at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, don't continue.

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The poster for 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Marvel Studios/Sony


The mid-credits scene sees Spider-Man and Mary Jane swinging around New York City when they come across a video billboard showing J. Jonah Jameson as a television pundit. He has gotten hold of Mysterio's posthumous message that frames Spider-Man for his actions in London and reveals that Peter Parker is Spider-Man.

What's even better is that Jameson is played by J.K. Simmons, who was in the role during the Sam Raimi-directed Spider-Man trilogy that starred Tobey Maguire. Jameson tells his viewers Spider-Man is a villain and the scene ends with Peter and MJ watching in shock.

This has major implications for Spider-Man moving forward. Not only will he have a target on his back as he tries to clear his name, but having his identity revealed complicates matters, especially for a high schooler.

Looking back at the post-credits scene in Spider-Man: Homecoming, it seems as though this scene is building to a battle between Spider-Man and the MCU's version of the Sinister Six. In the first film, we saw Scorpion - Mac Gargan - telling Vulture he's recruiting villains to take down Spider-Man. The end of Far From Home points to this happening sooner rather than later.


The post-credits scene could have major implications for the MCU as a whole, with the dramatic reveal that Nick Fury and Maria Hill are not actually who they say they are. Instead, the SHIELD agents are actually Talos and another Skrull. You may remember Talos as the leader of the Skrulls from Captain Marvel.

So where is Fury? Fury is seen vacationing in space, taking a much-needed break. Talos reports back to Fury, who is now ready to return to Earth.

So, what does it all mean? Did Captain Marvel find a new homeworld for the Skrulls? Did Fury recruit Talos and the Skrulls to help out behind the scenes in the MCU before this? Could anyone else in the MCU could be a Skrull in disguise?

Spider-Man: Far From Home is in theaters now.

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