At last, we have a post-credits scene.


Is there a credits scene after this week’s episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? This is the question fans have been asking for over a month, and each time the answer is “no.” Unlike the first Disney + Marvel series WandaVision, the more ingrained Falcon and the Winter Soldier He hasn’t been teasing future episodes at the end of each installment, which is traditional for the MCU. But that changes with Episode 5, which does it you have a credits scene that you will definitely want to see.

So consider this as your official notice – you must see the credits of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 5. We won’t spoil the desire, we just wanted to make sure it didn’t leave Disney + before those credits came out.

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We are nearing the end of the show’s first season and the reaction has been somewhat mixed. History has found Anthony MackieSam Wilson and Sebastian StanBucky Barnes teamed up to track down a terrorist group known as the Flag Smashers, with Captain America: Civil War the villain Baron ZemoDaniel bruhl) next to him. Complicating matters was the arrival of the new government-mandated Captain America, John Walker, played by Wyatt russell. Walker is a “good boy” lacking the integrity and moral fiber that made Steve Rogers one in a million, and it will come as no surprise to learn that the Episode 5 credits scene involves Walker.

There will be a Falcon and the Winter Soldier Credits scene after the end of next week? WandaVision had a great end credits scene showing where we will find Elizabeth olsenWanda in the MCU movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity, but at this time we don’t know of any big screen plans for Sam and Bucky. However, there is the possibility of Falcon and the Winter Soldier Season 2, so it is possible that an end credits scene could show what could happen in a second season. We’ll have to wait and see!

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