There are a total of five post-credits scenes in Doctor Strange 2. The first four are set-ups for future movies, while the fifth is a mid-credits scene that features a humorous exchange between Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Thor (Chris Hemsworth).
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Doctor Strange 2 Post-Credits Scenes
Doctor Strange 2 has a total of five scenes during or after the credits. The first scene shows Thor recruiting Doctor Strange for the upcoming fight against Thanos. The second scene is a continuation of the first, with Thor and Strange discussing the Infinity Stones. The third scene shows Wong and another Master of the Mystic Arts discussing the defeat of Dormammu. The fourth scene shows Mordo stealing some of the Pym Particles from Hank Pym. The fifth and final scene shows Strange casting a spell to keep the Infinity Stones out of Thanos’ reach.
The Mid-Credits Scene
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is confirmed to have not one, but two post-credits scenes. The mid-credits scene will reportedly see Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) joining forces with Spider-Man (Tom Holland) to take on one of their deadliest foes, Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal). This will be the first time the two characters have crossed over on the big screen, and fans are already excited to see how they will interact with each other.
The mid-credits scene is just one of many ways that Marvel is expanding its Multiverse in Doctor Strange 2. The post-credits scene will also reportedly feature a number of other alternate versions of Doctor Strange from different dimensions, teasing the possibilities for future spinoffs and sequels.
With so much hype surrounding the post-credits scenes in Doctor Strange 2, it’s no wonder that fans are already speculating about what they could mean for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The End-Credits Scene
Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange 2 features two post-credits scenes. The first comes midway through the credits, and the second at the very end.
The first scene sees Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Wong (Benedict Wong) returning to New York City, where they banter about Wong’s decision to stay on as Doctor Strange’s sidekick. The second scene is a mid-credits scene featuring Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor), who has taken a dark turn since we last saw him. He vows to kill all sorcerers, starting with one who “steals life.”
We won’t spoil who that is, but it’s safe to say that Mordo’s arc in Doctor Strange 2 sets up a potential third film in the franchise.