The president of Marvel revealed what is the big reason for the films of the studio always have scenes during the final credits.
Yes, it's true that post-credits are really helpful to give fans a taste of the next thing, but for Kevin Feige there's still something more important.
"The movies unite people, but they also unite behind the scenes. At Marvel we've been putting scenes after the credits in all of our movies right from the beginning, fans love them, they're an appetizer for something to come," he explained. by accepting a BAFTA award for its contribution to the industry.
"But the real bonus is that viewers are going to sit around and see all the names of the hundreds of thousands of people who worked so hard to make these films come true. See all those names inspired me as a kid and I hope it inspires people in our days, "he said.
Marvel's policy began shortly with the first film, "Iron Man" in 2008, and intensified with "The Avengers" four years later, when a scene occurred halfway through the credits.
The only exception to the 20 films that have been released so far was "The Incredible Hulk" (2008), where Robert Downey, Jr.'s "cameo" as Tony Stark was moved to appear even before the credits began.
Certainly with at least two more scenes during the credits, the studio's next film will be "Captain Marvel," with Brie Larson, who arrives in March 2019.