RUMOR: These Are the Ant-Man Post Credits Scenes (MASSIVE SPOILERS)


Ant Man

UPDATE: Heroic Hollywood claims the below credit scenes are false, and have their own take on what’s shown.

“Ok, the first mid credits scene:

Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) gives the WASP costume with wings to Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly). Hank explains to Hope what happened to Hope’s mother Janet Van Dyne.

Final credits scene:

This one leads into Captain America: Civil War.

The scene has Captain America, The Falcon, and The Winter Soldier. Cap and Falcon have located The Winter Soldier to a remote location where The Winter Soldier is tied up.

Falcon asks Cap “Should I call Stark?”

Cap replies “No.”

Falcon replies “I know who to call.” Implying Ant-Man.”

Ant-Man has premiered to the press and word of what the post-credit scenes are has begun to leak out.

These are only RUMORS as to what the post-credit scenes are, but they aren’t that outlandish to believe this is what they’ll be showing. These are pretty big spoilers, but they are two of the coolest post-credits scenes Marvel has done yet.

The first one is after the initial cast credit sequence and shows Hank Pym sitting in his office and looking at a wasp in a case on the other side of the room. His secretary tells him he has a call from Tony Stark. Tony tells him to check his email and contact him if he was interested. Hank opens the email and sees “Superhero Registration Act”.

After the full credits roll the scene continues. Hank finishes reading his email and leaves his office to call Tony. As he leaves he closes the door too hard, causing the wasp case to fall the floor. The wasp flies out the window and gets caught in a spider web where a radioactive spider begins crawling towards it.

Those who saw the screening seem to hint these are true:

The after and post credits scenes are spectacular for what is to come, we get both a collateral and a sticky one, MARVEL is not playing #AM

— Mark Hudson (@MarkHudson_453) June 26, 2015


If I'm not mistaken, #AntMan contains the first reference to #SpiderMan in the MCU.

— John Boone (@jtyboone) June 26, 2015


If they are what we see, that’s a cool little nod to Spider-Man without it actually being Spidey. This is all just a rumor right now, but like I said it sounds legit and not really crazy like Spider-Man actually showing up in the credits or anything like that.