Well, This ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Post-Credit Scene with Michael Keaton Went Nowhere

Post-credit scenes. They have become almost more exciting to see nowadays than the actual Marvel films…almost, and Marvel, knowing this has delivered us some pretty outstanding post-credit scenes over the years.

Spider-Man: Homecoming had two post-credit scenes. One made for laughs, the other made to potentially set up something for a Spider-Man sequel.


The first post-credits scene shows Michael Keaton’s Mr. Toomes being stopped in the hall of a prison by a briefly seen character that was shown earlier in the film during the ferry scene. The post-credits scene plays out very cryptically but Spider-Man fans will quickly recognize the Scorpion tattoo on the man’s face.

It’s to hint that, in a sequel, Scorpion would arrive to cause Spider-Man some mischief. What made this idea even cooler was when the cast for Spider-Man: Far from Home was released Michael Keaton was part of the cast. Unfortunately, he wasn’t in the film at all and this Scorpion guy never so much as appeared in the movie. Now, there was a cut action scene that was revealed in an extended cut of the film that was released during Labor Day weekend at the movie theaters but when I went to the cast for Spider-Man: Far from Home on IMDb he wasn’t there.

This seems like a busted post-credit scene but maybe we’ll see Scorpion arrive in the next Spider-Man film, which would definitely be exciting.

Would you like to see Scorpion in the next Spider-Man movie? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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