Spoilers For CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER’s Post-Credits Scene Surface


cap 1If the title of the article wasn’t enough for you, here’s your final warning: There is a potentially HUGE SPOILER for Captain America: The Winter Soldier‘s post-credits sequence. If you don’t want to know what happens then stop here. If you do, then by all means keep on reading. I’ll meet you in the next paragraph.

The Winter Soldier seemed to be the winner of the movie teaser Super Bowl battle. After debuting a nice 30-second ad, fans were directed to a website for a full-length trailer that really put the spotlight on the film’s subtitular villain as well as Anthony Mackie‘s Falcon. The film has actually been screened for executives, advertisers, test audiences, and Marvel‘s best and brightest. Apparently somewhere along the way a spoiler for one of the two reported post-credits scenes have slipped out.

The eagle-eyed folks at ComicBook.Com spotted a report from LaineyGossip. The site is claiming that The Winter Soldier follows in the footsteps of Thor: The Dark World and will have two post-credits scenes. While they didn’t say which one of the stingers they are referring to, details of one have been revealed. Two characters will be making their Marvel debut sooner than we thought:

So yeah, Captain America 2 is pretty great. And there’s a big reveal that general audiences won’t see coming (and ought to open some doors to fix that awful SHIELD show). But the thing that’s probably going to leave people talking the most is the post-credits stinger. They’re calling them “The Twins”, the brother-sister team of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, and they don’t look like any Marvel heroes we’ve met to date. Having seen them, I am really sad for Fox and the X-Men…[it’s] horrible in and of itself [referring to Singer’s Quicksilver], but in comparison it’s outright embarrassing.

So Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) will pop up at the end of The Winter Soldier, beating Bryan Singer and Fox to the punch when they introduce Evan Peters as Quicksilver in Days of Future Past. It’s a brilliant move on Marvel‘s part if this is indeed true. The Quicksilver look Marvel has gone with is reportedly going to put the X-Men‘s speedster to shame, but everyone pretty much expected that. So Marvel gets one over on Fox and puts ‘The Twins’ on the big screen first. What do you think about that?

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