Here's when Marvel will announce its post-Endgame plans

Here's when Marvel will announce its post-Endgame plans

Right, so obviously having watched the film, you will recall the end of Avengers: Endgame was unusual for a Marvel film, in that there was no post-credits scene teasing the next film in the series.

However, viewers heading to see the film this weekend will be rewarded for sticking around until after the credits. Then again, this wasn't too surprising, given that Avengers: Endgame represented the end of this particular chapter in the Marvel Comic Universe.

Deadline reports that in lieu of an end-credits scene, Avengers: Endgame screenings are getting the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer attached at the end of the movie.

Anyway, have you watched Avengers: Endgame yet?

Indeed, the sheer numbers of people going back to re-watch the film has contributed to its enormous success.

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The highly-anticipated final film in the epic "Avengers" franchise earned $7.516 million Thursday, putting the grand total since it came out two weeks ago at $660.4 million in the US passing up James' Cameron's "Titanic" at $659 million, per Forbes Friday.

You might have noticed that Avengers: Endgame has been doing rather well at the box office.

With the obvious caveat that this only matters for box office nerds like me, its 14-day total is now just $9 million higher than the $652 million 14-day cume of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

On May 6, directors Joe and Anthony Russo finally lifted the ban on the Marvel's juggernaut, allowing its cast members to be able to post behind-the-scenes pictures and videos from the sets on social media.