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Justice League post-credits scenes: This is how many there will be

Stay in your seats as the credits roll for a few surprises

Jacob Stolworthy
Tuesday 14 November 2017 11:21
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2017's 'Justice League' was a box office flop
2017's 'Justice League' was a box office flop

DC fans' excitement is undoubtedly in overdrive as details surrounding the post-credits scenes attached to the end of Justice League have been confirmed.

The new film has been screened across the world over the past week - and it's been confirmed that there will be two post-credits scenes (don't worry - we won't spoil them here).

Spoilers are rife on the internet but all we'll say is that - similar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe - one sequence is dedicated to world-building while another sets up a future superheroes standalone film.

Feedback has flooded in following the film's screening with many settling on the fact the film is not a Suicide Squad-style disaster but fails to capitalise on the highs of Wonder Woman which saw director Patty Jenkins become the biggest-selling female director of all time.

Suicide Squad's post-credits scene teased Justice League showing Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) meeting with Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) to acquire information on Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and the Flash (Ezra Miller).

Justice League has come under fire for a set photo showing new costumes worn by the Amazons, the female characters who originally appeared in Wonder Woman.

The film is released in cinemas this Friday (17 November).

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