Black Panther 2 To Have Only One Credits Scene, Producer Explains the Reason for this Decision

Marvel producer Nate Moore is here to discuss the movie that closes Phase 4

Credits scenes are now a constant for every movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and there are usually two of them. Some serve as the introduction to new characters and plots, while others serve as goofs. But in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the staple is going to be changed, and there will only be a mid-credits scene. Let’s find out why.

About Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Queen Rhamonda and Princess Shuri
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever takes place in the aftermath of the death of King T’Challa, after the tragic passing of actor Chadwick Boseman. The fictional nation that thrives on the metal vibranium is rocked to the core due to the news, and they find themselves vulnerable to outside threats. Enter Namor, the king of the underwater civilization known as Talokan. Namor wants to conquer Wakanda for power and for the protection of his people since the declaration by T’Challa at the end of the first movie puts his hidden civilization in jeopardy. And now, Marvel producer Nate Moor shared some fan concerns, as well as changes they made.

The Changes

Namor in Black Panther
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In an interview with, Moore said that Black Panther 2 will have only one credits scene. The reason for the change happened because of the tone of the film, as the makers felt it would feel “disingenuous” with what they’re trying to achieve. He said that the ending was poetic and to add a tag at the end revealing their next plans didn’t seem right. He referenced the time they made Avengers: Endgame, which also did not have a tag or a second credits scene.

Given that the makers opted for a poetic ending, it’s curious and exciting to know of what awaits audiences in the coming fortnight when the movie releases. The early reviews are already singing praises, so either way, it will be an emotional ride.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opens on November 11.