Christopher Nolan, director of the most recent Batman trilogy, just turned his back on his fellow superhero movies by discrediting the need for a post-credits scene.
He just came out and told The Guardian that he didn’t agree with the proposed idea for a post-credits scene for last year’s Man of Steel, which he executive produced.
Nolan said, “A real movie wouldn't do that.”
And as we all know, the post-credits scene has become a staple in superhero movies. Even this year’s box office smash, Guardians of the Galaxy, included one, even though it was meant as more of a joke.