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End credits scene in “Madame Web”? We’ll tell you whether you should stay seated or leave the cinema – Kino News

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End credits scene in “Madame Web”?  We’ll tell you whether you should stay seated or leave the cinema – Kino News

End credits scenes can be a real challenge for viewers with weak bladders, especially when the films reach the 2-hour mark. We’ll tell you whether you can leave the hall when the credits roll.

With a length of one hour and 56 minutes (i.e. 116 minutes), “Madame Web” is the longest film to date in the still relatively manageable Sony Spider-Man Universe (SSU). Nevertheless, even a film with a running time of almost two hours can be a real test of endurance if you have treated yourself to a cinema meal with nachos and a large Coke and are squeezing your bladder.

But Marvel fans and trained moviegoers of course know that the end credits don’t have to mean the end of the film. Especially in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) films, it is actually standard for one or sometimes even two additional scenes to be shown during the end credits, which provide a glimpse of future adventures. A strategy that other comic blockbusters had also adopted – such as the SSU’s previous films.

In the case of “Madame Web” we can give you the all-clear. There is no hidden scene after the credits, so you can leave your cinema seat completely safe.

This is “Madame Web”

The eponymous Madame Web is a character that Marvel fans are more likely to have gotten to know as a supporting character. In the comics, she usually appears as an older, blind woman who has gigantic clairvoyant abilities. In her first screen adventure, her origin story is now at the center of the plot – her journey to becoming a superhero.

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And this is indeed unusual, because it was quite by chance that paramedic Cassandra Webb (played by “Fifty Shades Of Grey” star Dakota Johnson) discovers that she has extraordinary abilities and can see into the future. When a masked man suddenly hunts down three young women, she has to use her newfound powers to save them from the sinister spider-man. She still has no idea how closely the fate of the three girls is linked to her own life.

By the way: “Madame Web” is not the only film that will be released at SSU this year. The next Spider-Man villain, “Kraven The Hunter,” will celebrate his big screen debut on August 29, 2024 (there is already a trailer here). “Venom 3” will follow at the end of the year. The alien symbiote will cause chaos in cinemas from November 7th, 2024.

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