ByPeter Garfield, writer at
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As you can probably tell, my dream post-credits sequence will be for the Avengers, and the aftermath of the Age of Ultron film. So, without further ado, here is how it will go down:

The scene opens up with a small spider crawling on the walls of J. Jonah Jameson's office in the Daily Bugle. Panning from there, you see J.K. Simmons as J.J., talking to a shadowy figure, which you only see certain details and the back of. The details include a camera wrapped around his neck,ending at his waist, and his arms in the shape of them holding something, like a file folder.

"What's this garbage you've brought me, Mr. Parker?"

"Uh, pictures of the Battle of New York? With the Avengers?" He starts pointing at the picture, stating some of the Avengers. "And here is a perfectly timed photo of Iron-Man, with his unibeam. Cool, right? I mean--"

"Very cool," J.J. says sarcastically, " But wasn't that a couple of years ago?

"Yes, but I just got hired by your team! I would have done it sooner, but--"

"Now Parker, save some time and get me something worth putting in the Bugle. And something more recent." He turns his attention back to his work.

"But--alright. Have a good night Mr. Jameson." Peter turns toward the door, while Jameson mumbles something in response. As he is walking out, he whispers something to himself. "Guess I'll have to take pictures of something else then." Then the screen immediately fades to black, hinting that he will have to suit up as Spider-Man and take pictures of himself, like he does in the comics.

Keep in mind that the only character you will see is J. Jonah Jameson, and you still won't have an idea as to who is actually playing the wall-crawling menace's counterpart, Peter Parker.


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