Four days prior to the release of art house flick Avengers: Endgame, some good samaritan at Marvel Studios has come up with the idea of showing all those MCU scenes that come after the end credits, because even though it's a hack to get you to stay in your seat while the crew has their hard work acknowledged you also would've seen them by now if you really wanted to.
These scenes were compiled via a Twitter thread, which is convenient. So without further adieu here's a decade worth of cliff-hangers...hopefully these Twitter clips load quickly on your computer/phone:
If all that was coherent to you then, congrats, you should be good to go on April 26. Endgame has a compact running time of 181 minutes. "Any shorter and it would have felt like we weren’t honoring all the threads and franchises that are feeding into this climax. Twenty-two movies in, not only has the movie earned its length, but people deserve a movie of that substance. I swear to God, it sounds like a paradox to say this, but it’s a lean three hours," screenwriter Stephen McFeely previously told Vulture.
Speaking of Marvel movies, Spider-Man: Far From Home will be out on July 5, 2019.