'Doctor Strange' End Credits Scene Details Revealed (Spoilers!)
Marvel’s Doctor Strange is blasting into theaters everywhere this weekend and we are officially advising you to stay in your seats after the movie because the end credits scenes need to be seen!
If you don’t end up staying though, we have you covered as we’ve gathered all the crucial moments right here.
Doctor Strange stars Benedict Cumberbatch and the end credits scene brings his character into other parts of the Marvel universe as he meets other important superheroes that you have grown to love.
Make sure not to read any further if you don’t want to be spoiled the post contains spoilers, so considered yourself warned!
Click inside for the details on the Doctor Strange end credits scene…
There are two different scenes – one is a mid-credits scene and the other is a post-credits sequence.
In the first one, Doctor Strange gets a visit from Thor (Chris Hemsworth) at the New York Sanctum Sanctorum. The Asgardian hero is offered some tea by Doc and he refuses by saying, “I don’t drink tea.” A mug of beer then magically appears in his hand and the mug magically refills itself throughout the scene.
Doctor Strange tells Thor that he has been keeping a list of people who pose a threat to the world and that his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is on it. “A worthy inclusion,” Thor remarks. Doc asks why he would bring Loki to earth and Thor says they are looking for their father Odin (Anthony Hopkins). Doc then asks for the two brothers to return to Asgard once they find their father. Thor agrees and Doc says, “Allow me to help you.”
The post-credits sequence focuses on Chiwetel Ejiofor‘s character Mordo and the dark path that he went on after the end of the film.
Mordo visits Jonathan Pangborn (Benjamin Bratt) and arrives at his workshop to find him working with a table saw. The character was a paraplegic until he met the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton) and was taught how to use magic to heal his body.
Mordo reveals to Pangborn that he is on a mission to eliminate sorcerers and he pulls the magic out of Pangborn’s chest, bringing him to a cripple state once again.