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When a highly anticipated superhero film is about to be unleashed in theaters, one of the questions on everyone's mind is: Will there be a post-credits scene? The answer to this question, especially if it has anything to do with a Marvel movie, is almost always a resounding yes.

As confirmed by, Spider-Man: Homecoming will boast not one, but two(!) post-credits scenes for moviegoers to get excited about after the film ends. This seems to be continuing 's trend that reached a peak with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which included a record-breaking five extra scenes after the end credits rolled.

It remains to be seen whether Spidey's two extra scenes will in any way tie into Studio's upcoming Avengers: Infinity War, or if they will simply be fun shots of our arachnid hero cracking more jokes as he webslings his way through the city. Luckily, we won't have to wait too much longer to see Tom Holland's Peter Parker in action.

First impressions of are very positive, with many critics exalting that not only is Holland perfect in the role, but that the movie is pure joy to watch. In other words? If you have any skepticism regarding another Spider-Man movie starring a new actor playing our friendly neighborhood Webslinger, the early reviews are doing their best to alleviate those doubts.

Of course, this doesn't mean there won't be continued debate about which Spider-Man movie series is the best — Tobey Maguire's or Tom Holland's — especially considering that some critics are already touting Homecoming as the best Spider-Man movie of all time. And though that bodes extremely well for fans, did they forget about Sam Raimi's Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2? We certainly haven't.

Fans can decide on which side they fall in the great debate when it swings into a theater near you on July 7. Check out the trailer below:

Are you excited about Spider-Man: Homecoming? Sound off in the comments below.

[Sources:, Entertainment Weekly, Vulture]


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