It's an exciting time to be a DC fan, as just a week and a half are left before Zack Snyder's Justice League arrives in theaters. The highly anticipated team up film will unite the DC trinity from Batman v Superman with newcomers like The Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman. The latter is played by Game of Thrones alum Jason Momoa, who has the task of making the historically laughable hero into a bonafide badass. DC fans are also eager to see if the shared universe will mirror the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially in regards to its penchant for releasing scenes and sneak peeks during the credits. So will Justice League have mid or post credits scenes? It sure will, according to Momoa.
Well, that bat's out of the bag. It looks like Justice League will provide fans with some extra footage during the credits, hopefully including a tease for the future of the still infant shared universe.
Jason Momoa's comments to BBC Radio 2 are sure to delight DC fans who are clammoring for more information on the franchise's future after Justice League. Because while there have been a variety of film announcements made, the DCEU doesn't have a concrete release schedule- at least not one that is available to the public. But if Joss Whedon and Zack Snyder were able to provide audiences with a particularly exciting sneak peek into the next set of films, then perhaps excitement for DC's shared universe can remain high.
And fan excitement is certainly going to be needed in order to keep the momentum of the DCEU going. The next installment in the DCEU will be way down the line with James Wan's Aquaman, also starring Jason Momoa. Aquaman isn't set to arrive in theaters until December 2018, leaving a little over a year between Justice League and the next DC movie.
Now the question is: what exactly will Justice League show during the credits? One possibility may tease the impending Flashpoint movie. Ezra Miller's Flash has been rumored to be the breakout character from the upcoming film, and his solo film will reportedly feature both Wonder Woman and Cyborg. A post credits scene may see Barry Allen breaking through to a new speed, allowing him to travel through time and space.
Another option could be that Justice League is setting up the eventual entrance of the villain Darkseid, like Thanos' original appearance in The Avengers. Although if they go with that angle, then fans will likely flip their lids and accuse Joss Whedon of recycling the same plot device for both films.
All will be revealed when Justice League arrives in theaters, complete with Jason Momoa's Aquaman. In the meantime, check out our 2018 release list to plan your trips to the movies in the New Year.