There are two extra scenes to Captain America: Civil War once the credits start to roll, it was confirmed Wednesday. Thanks to a leak of those scenes from European screenings of the film, the second scene, which didn't show with early press screenings of the film, was revealed.
The mid-credits sequence, shown after the end titles but before the regular credits scroll is, in tradition with Marvel movies, a direct epilogue to the film that also seems to directly set up a future one. The end-credits scene, then, is a bit more removed from the events of the film, and will hopefully remain a surprise to U.S. audiences despite the European leak.
Marvel Studios has popularized the after-credits scene in their films, often including two, one in the middle and one at the end, to keep audiences in their seats and to tease them about the future of their films. Others have included the first - Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury telling Iron Man about the Avengers Initiative, to goofier ones like the Avengers getting shawarma after the battle of New York in the Avengers.
Captain America: Civil War hits theaters May 6, 2016. Stay all the way through the end of the credits!