The Reason Why The Wonder Woman Movie Won't Have A Post-Credits Scene

Many movies these days have post-credits scenes after they were made very popular thanks to Marvel. Well the 2017 Wonder Woman movie has decided not to add one in. The movie's producer mentioned that they didn't need to add one in.

CinemaBlend spoke with Wonder Woman's producer Charles Roven and he gave an explanation why the movie does not have a post-credits scene.

It feels as if they don't want to copy Marvel and only want to add post-credit scenes if it was really necessary. You can read his comments on the topic below.

I'm not going to say we'd never do one. ... There was one in Suicide Squad. But I don't think that we want to feel that we're forced to do something just because we didn't in the past.

Suicide Squad's post-credits scene made sense since it was setting up for the Justice League movie. However, DC decided not to add them in for Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

It does make sense that Wonder Woman does not have an end-credits scene. Usually scenes like this set up for future films. Wonder Woman takes place before the events of Man of Steel and the other films.

It's possible we may see an extra scene or two added to the end of Justice League instead.

Many people are still waiting to see the live action debut of Darkseid. Steppenwolf is the main villain of the first Justice League movie instead.

Speaking of Wonder Woman, reviewers and critics have praised the film so far on social media. They say it is the best DCEU movie made to date.

The actual review embargo is not lifted until closer to the film's release date of June 2nd, 2017. As of right now though, it sounds like the film might get positive reviews.

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