Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice won't have an end credits scene

The film follows in the footsteps of its predecessor Man of Steel

'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' hits cinemas next month
'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' hits cinemas next month

Those of you flocking to the cinema to see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice this weekend will be expecting a post-credits scene. It turns out you needn't bother waiting around.

According to early (positive) feedback from audience members who have seen previews, the superhero mashup bucks the trend of other superhero films by attaching no extra scene onto the credits.

Perhaps this is Zack Snyder's way of further separating DC films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe that is known to add such scenes at the end of their films, using the opportunity to introduce new characters or tease future plot lines.


With Dawn of Justice's running time set at a whopping 153 minutes, you now know not to stay in the cinema any longer than you have to - unless a scene is added in the runup to release, of course.

The film, starring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams and Gal Gadot, is released this Friday (25 March).

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