If you didn’t know, Thor: The Dark World premiered to press yesterday in London. The reviews are starting to come in and the consensus so far is, that it is another great Marvel movie. Not Avengers great, but a good solid Thor movie. And as with any Marvel movie these days, we know there are post-credit scenes that set things up for either sequels or other Marvel movies. Well some people have talked, and we now know what could be those two scenes. Now keep in mind these are rumors, but they both sound pretty legit in their descriptions.
If you don’t want thing spoiled for you, I would move on to another post here, otherwise hit the jump for what are two pretty cool sounding post-credits scenes. Thor: The Dark World is directed by Alan Taylor, starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Anthony Hopkins, Stellan Skarsgård, Christopher Eccleston, Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Zachary Levi, Ray Stevenson, Jaimie Alexander, and it opens in theaters on November 8, 2013. (Source: ComicBook.com)
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You have been forewarned, so here they are.
Scene 1 occurs about midway through the credits, and it helps set the stage for Guardians of the Galaxy. According to Brainfreeze’s description, “After the Aether is back in the hands of the Asgardians, Sif and Volstagg bring the item to the intergalactic museum of none other than The Collector, played by Benicio del Toro. The reason for this is that the Tesseract is already on Asgard and they should have no two Infinity Stones in their possession. When he is alone with the Aether, The Collector utters the phrase, ‘One down, five to go.'”
The second after credits scene is described as:
Scene 2 occurs at the end of the credits, and it is a comic relief scene that also seems to set up a third Thor movie. According to Brainfreeze’s description, “Thor returns to Earth and into the arms of Jane Foster, and they share a passionate kiss. The God of Thunder clearly chooses to be with her. In last scene, a beast from Jotunheim pops up in London, having previously passed through an interdimensional passage during the Convergence during the final battle.”