How Many End Credit Scenes Are There In Spider-Man: No Way Home?

How many treats are in store for us at the end of No Way Home?

December 16, 2021

Spider-Man: No Way Home is finally available to watch in your local movie theatre, but fans are already dying to know how many end credit scenes feature at the end of the movie.

Marvel has of course become famous for including various end credit scenes in their superhero movies, and Spider-Man: No Way Home isn’t going to be any different. The real question is, how good are they?

It’s safe to say you won’t be disappointed with Spider-Man: No Way Home or the after credit scenes it has. The movie currently has an impressive 94% on Rotten Tomatoes with a total of 109 reviews, making it one of the years biggest releases.

For those eager to know more before they jump in, here’s how many end-credit scenes feature in Spider-Man: No Way Home. BE WARNED: SPOILERS BELOW.

  • READ MORE: Where to Watch Spider-Man No Way Home? Is It Streaming on Disney Plus?

Spider-Man: No Way Home | Official Trailer

Spider-Man: No Way Home | Official Trailer

How Many End-Credit Scenes Are In Spider-Man: No Way Home?

Spider-Man: No Way Home features a total of 2 end credit scenes, so make sure you stay seated after the first scene wraps up because more surprises are in store.

The first is a mid-credit scene that focuses on Tom Hardy’s interpretation of Eddie Brock/Venom as he’s sat in a bar in Mexico wondering what has happened.

The first post-credits scene is then followed by a final scene that features at the very end and it’s a huge one.

This scene offers fans their first look at Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and it looks nothing short of incredible!

  • READ MORE: Spider-Man: No Way Home Was Partly Inspired By PlayStation 5 Game
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