According to Jason Momoa (Aquaman), recent rumors about a Justice League post-credits scene were true after all!
Of the DC Extended Universe installments released so far, Suicide Squad was the only one that required the audience to wait for the credits to see additional footage. Warner Bros. refrained from using a stinger in Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, or Wonder Woman, but they've apparently been rethinking that stance.
During a recent interview with Ore Oduba of BBC Radio 2, the 38-year-old actor revealed no details about the post-credits scene, but he did mention that he walked out when the closing credits began to roll because he forgot the scene was there. Oduba asked whether fans should sit through the myriad names and designations for an extra morsel of footage, and Momoa responded:
They do. You've gotta sit through the whole thing and go through the credits"¦Listen, I walked out. I was with my kids. I walked out. And then everyone was like, "Oh, oh, oh!" And I had to run back in, because I forgot that it was in the script. It's fantastic.
One rumor suggested that there would be two post-credits scenes in the upcoming Zack Snyder flick, but Momoa confirmed just the one. The interviewer, who saw the movie, said that he typically doesn't like to have to stay put through the credits, but he "got excited" watching Justice League’s extra scene. Let's hope he wasn’t exaggerating.
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