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      a group of people that are standing in the grass: 'Avengers: Endgame' explained: Is there a post-credits scene?? Marvel Studios 2019 'Avengers: Endgame' explained: Is there a post-credits scene?

      Marvel Studios always gives fans a reason to stick around through the closing credits.

      In 2008’s original Iron Man, it was a heavy one — Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury showing up to say, “Mr. Stark, you’ve become part of a bigger universe,” which hinted at a decade of interlocked moviemaking.

      Sometimes it’s just a gag, like Chris Evans’ Captain America doing a public service announcement on the virtues of patience at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

      Is there anything waiting for moviegoers after the credits role on Avengers: Endgame?

      It’s not a simple yes or no. Let’s get into that…

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      No, there is not a post-credit scene on Avengers: Endgame. But there is something.

      Instead, those who wait get a subtle audio Easter egg.

      The movie concludes with a visual tribute to the actors who portrayed the original six Avengers, but once the full cast and crew credits have rolled, we don’t get a tease of what’s next or even a silent shawarma-eating scene.

      What we get is the brushed-steel logo of Marvel Studios, and you can faintly hear the sound of metal on metal. Some viewers describe it as a scraping noise, but it’s actually a banging.

      It’s a sound you’ve heard before — Tony Stark forging his rudimentary first armor in 2008’s Iron Man.

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      There’s no music when it plays in Endgame, just the simple sound of a blacksmith at work.

      While it may not be as satisfying as a full bonus scene, it stands as a tribute to the film that launched it all.

      Think of that sound as “The Big Bang” that introduced the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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