Captain America: Civil War directors hint at three post-credit teasers

'You should stay sat in your seats when the movie is done'

While Batman v Superman may almost be in cinemas, there’s one other superhero brawler on the way which fans are just as - if not more - excited about: Captain America: Civil War.

The film - which will not only feature the titular hero battling Iron Man, but also introduce the world to a new incarnation of Spider-Man - is set for release this April and the directors are already busy promoting their upcoming film. 

In an interview with Forbes, the Russo brothers - Anthony and Joe - not only responded to criticism against the Spider-Man suit seen in the second trailer, but also revealed there could be up to three post-credit scenes. 

“We can’t say who is going to be in it but we can say that there certainly could be one, or two, maybe three [post-credits scenes]. We can confirm that you should stay sat in your seats when the movie is done.”

Superhero films - and many others for that matter - are currently going through a trend of having post-credit scenes which tease an upcoming sequel. Avengers: Infinity War will likely be teased, as will Doctor Strange - the next film in Marvel’s cinematic universe.

Chances are there could be a Guardians of the Galaxy clip as well; James Gunn and the film’s cast have already begun work on the film. Other possibilities include teasing either the Spider-Man or Black Panther solo-films, as both characters will be introduced in the film.

Civil War reaches UK cinemas 29 April.