Star Wars: The Last Jedi is about to blow into theaters in a big way, and fans are eager to see every new twist and reveal the film will provide - all the way up until the last frame.
Since Star Wars is now a sprawling cinematic universe that's housed under the same roof as Marvel, some viewers may be wondering if some Marvel Cinematic Universe rules apply. To that end, if you've wondering if you need to stick around to the end of Star Wars: The Last Jedi to catch a special post-credits scene, we have the answer for you:
Nope. You're free to leave when the credits get rolling.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi has plenty of twists and surprises, but those reveals all end before the credits role. As of now, Star Wars has never incorporated the end-credits scene gimmick, with no apparent plans to start.
It's kind of a shame, when you think about it: given the franchise's tradition of using opening scrawls to begin films, it might be a cool twist to have the scrawls used to introduce post-credits button scenes for upcoming films in the series.
Then again, hardcore Star Wars fans might revolt at that notion. We'll find out in the twitter comments...
Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens in theaters on December 15th.