SPOILERS! ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Post-Credits Scenes Revealed And Joss Whedon Directed One Of Them!

Posted Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 08:00 pm GMT -4 by

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We are less than three weeks away from the release of ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier, so that means that we’ll be hearing and seeing a lot of things promoting the movie from now until it opens. As Marvel tends to do, they release a ton of material to hype the release of a film, yet they don’t end up ruining it for anyone, and the Star Spangled Avenger’s next feature will likely not be any different. I mean, he’s already joined Iron Man and Thor at Disneyland, so it’s safe to say that the promotional campaign is in full swing. However, amongst the sea of posters, promos, stills, and clips, there’s bound to be a few things here and there that are could end up being spoilers if they’re true. That’s what this article contains, which might explain the extra long introductory paragraph that gives the opportunity for the reader to bail if they so choose.

Previously, it was announced that this upcoming Phase Two film will directly affect ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and will feature ramifications that will be felt throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many speculated that one way this could happen would be through the signature Marvel Studios post-credits scenes. And if the most recent report about those scenes are to be believed, then that may just be the case.


Comic Book Movie has received reports from their sources detailing the mid and post-credits scenes for Cap’s next adventure. Here’s the description of the first scene featuring three brand new characters to the big screen that are set to appear in Joss Whedon’s follow up to ‘The Avengers’:

“After the fall of both S.H.I.E.L.D. & HYDRA we see Baron Von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) in his underground lair. Loki’s scepter can be seen here, as well as 2 special prisoners: the ‘twins’. These are of course Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). Quicksilver is bouncing from one end in his cell to another while Scarlet Witch is stacking some building blocks with her mind. Watching them, Von Strucker announces ‘The Age of Miracles’ is upon us. And with that we learn the new name for mutants in the Marvel movieverse.”


(UPDATED: Now it seems that Joss Whedon directed the above scene according to Marvel guru Kevin Feige which makes us more excited to see this one!)

Then, after the credits finish rolling completely, there’s one other scene lined up that could be highly emotional for fans of the Winter Soldier:

“The Winter Soldier is visiting the Captain America exhibit in the Smithsonian museum. Here he finds the information on James Buchanan ‘Bucky’ Barnes, his real name. It appears the Winter Soldier now knows who he really was and remembers that Captain America spoke the truth about him.”

Having Baron Von Strucker in a post-credits scene is a no-brainer. Since they announced that he would be the initial threat that causes the Avengers to reassemble, I figured that he would be appearing after the Sentinel of Liberty’s latest flick, especially after Kretschmann started talking about a multiple picture deal. However, including the twins took me by surprise. I definitely don’t hate it though and I’m very much looking forward to our first look at Wanda and Pietro.

What do you think about these potential post-credits scenes for ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’? Do you think that these are the actual scenes that we’ll be seeing in theaters or are they just plants to throw the audience off? Let’s hear your thoughts in the comments below.

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ starring Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Frank Grillo, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, and Emily VanCamp hits theaters on April 4, 2014.

  • Sammy Lane

    Sweet!First on this thread!And now on to my point. I’ve seen Pietro’s picture and there is just no frakking way to make a silver haired person look anything but tame unless they go platinum and nearly bald.

    • I must have missed that one. I’ve seen the shot from the X-Men casting of him which looks horrid but didn’t realize one was out from the Marvel movies yet.

      • Sammy Lane

        I saw both and the X Men picture of Quick Silver isn’t that much better either.

    • LJ

      REALLY??? BTVS’s SPIKE!!!!!!!!

  • Jonathan Hadden

    I read an interview with Joss Whedon last summer where he commented that the Scarlet Witch was “slightly telekinetic”. I assumed at the time that he just miss-spoke… or hadn’t thoroughly researched the character as of yet, as I do not remember her that way AT ALL, and (as backup) her WIKI page make no mention of her EVER, IN ANY VARIANT, ON ANY EARTH having telekinetic abilities. And yet, here we are, where this article comments that “Scarlet Witch stacking building blocks with her mind.” This is *NOT* one of her abilities, nor has it ever been!

    What makes it even *MORE INCORRECT* is the fact that her Mutant ability (and what she studied with Agatha Harkness) has always been referred to as “CHAOS” Magic. “Chaos” is the opposite of “Order”. Lord Chaos & Master Order are demi-god characters in the Marvel Universe… Rather than “gathering and stacking blocks” (which adds to their ORDER), her ability would be better represented by having an existing stack of blocks randomly falling over, for no apparent reason (moving from ORDER to CHAOS). That’s what she does!!

    How useful is it to “establish ORDER” in a fight (ie – “Assemble a building”, ‘Seal a Water Main Break”, etc)

    Imagine instead “Building suddenly crumbles for no reason”, or “Water main underneath villains suddenly explodes”, or “Robot unexpectedly short circuits”.

    Her ability to cause random CHAOS, or have the odds of something fall her way, is *MUCH* more useful and interesting than “slight telekinesis”. Jean Grey was Telekinetic… Heck, “Carrie” was telekinetic… we’ve seen that several times before…

    So we have a character with a truly interesting power that we haven’t seen before (she randomly has the odds fall in her favor, and can cause the unexpected and improbable to happen)… And Joss is turning her into a 2nd rate Jean Grey….

    I never considered it before, but Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch would clean up in Las Vegas!!

    • Mr. Nave Kent

      okay mate I’ll give you a lot of points for all that research but here’s the thing; the building-block thing ACTUALLY DOES MAKE SENSE because let’s not forget that she is IMPRISONED in this scene (thus her powers are misused deliberately) she is probably forced to interact with the building-blocks because she’s imprisoned. Secondly, she is being imprisoned by HYDRA — in other words, by a faction that is built on principles of CONFORMITY and TYRANNY. In other words, on BAD kind of ORDER. Since Wanda is likely to break away from them and join the Avengers, it makes sense that she’d have spent so many years being told to embrace order so when she is out she sees that her true powers lie in CHAOS and that it is the one aspect of her that she freely embraces.

      It will only make her all the more dangerous because here we have a person who grew up knowing that ORDER IS BAD. Watch out Avengers.

  • the truest believer

    i’ve seen the movie during the premiere in paris and that’s the exactly what we got ! i loved when they showed the twins

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  • Hayden…

    You can’t introduce scarlet witch and quicksilver without the introduction of mutant, and ergo: the x men. Saying that the sceptre gave them their powers kind of writes off everything about mutants and the x men as irrelevant as mutants can just be created. Kind of unfair if you ask me.

    • YamiVKD

      That is because Marvel Studios and Disney doesn’t own the movie rights to the X-men. So they are legally unable to make movies mentioning X-men characters of using the term “mutants”. Only because Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are more associated with the Avengers are they allowed to use them. There is more to it legally but that’s the general long and short of it.

  • Daniel Matamoros

    Yes, these are the actual scenes :D

  • Gloomy

    Yup, these are the exact mid/after credits scenes, the movie is awesome btw!

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