Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2's Post Credits Scene Is Already Scripted



It will be 17 months until we see it but Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2's post credits is already scripted.

The film's director, James Gunn, took questions on social media and one Twitter user popped the question regarding whether or not the scene is already scripted or if it is something Gunn will worry about later. Gunn replied, "Scripted."

This is interesting for a number of reasons. Often times, post credits scenes are a late addition to Marvel films. For example, the shwarma scene from The Avengers wasn't filmed until after the movie's Hollywood premiere. 

In addition, the post credits scenes are also written and directed by the writers and directors of the films they tie-in to. Prime example, James Gunn directed the post credits scene in Thor: The Dark World where Lady Sif presented an Infinity Stone to The Collector.

So, could Guardians actually have a Guardians 3 or even Infinity War post credits scene involving the Guardians? Let's hope so. We'll take as much Guardians of the Galaxy as we can get.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters May 5, 2017.

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    • DSniner
    • 1240 Posts in 28 Months

    I would love it if the Guardians post credit scene was setting up The Infinity War movie in some way.

  1. Not too surprising. I imagine that Feige more or less has an idea of what the post credits scenes should be for all of the movies in Phase 3 leading up to Infinity War.

    • CB123541
    • 197 Posts in 9 Months

    Warlok cocoon opens up, and he explains how they all need to get to Earth to stop Thanos.He has overheard the Mad Titans master plan while in The Collectors case.Between this and Ragnarok, we should be all set up for Infinity Part 1. Yes!!!

    • CB114759
    • 1 Posts in 10 Months

    He didn't saw WHO scripted it.

    • SuperTim
    • 1404 Posts in 17 Months

    Ok. I don't find that interesting though. We expect them. When they're scripted doesn't matter, and a lot can happen in 17 months.

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