Shang Chi Post Credit Scenes Reveals Surprising Appearance

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Will there be Shang Chi post credit scenes? The answer is yes from the director Destin Daniel Cretton himself.

Post-credit scenes have played an important role in Marvel films all through the years. With the release of each new film, fans usually stick around wondering if there’s any surprise for them after the movie ends. And in the case of Shang Chi And The Legends Of Ten Rings, there will be two post-credit scenes!

Shang Chi Post Credit Scenes

The film’s director Destin Daniel Cretton has previously confirmed that there will be Shang Chi post credit scenes for the audience in an interview with Fandango. Although he did not reveal much about it, his answer was undoubtedly a yes.

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“Audiences should most definitely stick around,” director Cretton said. However, he chose to not give any spoilers for the post credit scenes or for the movie apart from this.

What Does The Post Credit Scenes Contain?

The initial press embargo for Shang Chi And The Legend Of Ten Rings was lifted today. Therefore, early viewers have poured in their reactions to the post-credit scenes.

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In the case of this film, early birds have mentioned the appearance of Wanda herself! The appearance of Wanda reveals the many potential secrets and connections that could further be revealed in the MCU in the coming future. Some fans have expressed that the Wanda post credit scene appearance was their “favorite”.

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The post-credit scenes of Marvel films are usually either entangled with comedic elements with characters from the film or hints and easter eggs for something that will come in the cinematic universe later on.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will officially launch in theatres on September 2.

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