Warning: spoilers ahead for Hawkeye.
The episode 6 finale of Marvel TV series Hawkeye on Disney Plus has delivered a huge spectacle, as Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) become the ultimate dream team.
Now that the show is over, fans are full of questions, including whether there will be a season 2 and – for those who didn’t stick around or haven’t watched yet – if there is a post-credits scene.
The cast of the MCU show has created a whirlwind adventure, with Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) making his mark in the final episode while coming face-to-face with Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox), who’s set to star in her own spin-off, titled Echo.
The last instalment also saw Black Widow Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) come extremely close to killing Clint for revenge over the death of her sister Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) – but Hawkeye convinced her at the last minute to stand down.
Is there a post-credits scene in the episode 6 finale?
There is a post-credits scene – but it might not be what fans are expecting.
Rather than deliver any clues as to when fans might see Kate next, whether Clint will return or if there will be season two of Hawkeye, the post-credits scene provides a full-length version of I Can Do This All Day from the Rogers: The Musical.
And it’s as glorious as you might expect.
With lyrics including: ‘Captain America’s strong, and that Thor is a god, and Lord knows they’re easy on the eyes!’, many fans are hoping they’ll get to watch a full-length version of the musical at some point in future.
Some fans were astounded by the direction the post-credits scene went in, with one person tweeting: ‘They could’ve done so much with the post credit scene and they chose ROGERS THE MUSICAL.’
‘I’m seeing some people didn’t like the mid-credit scene? Speak for yourself,’ another remarked.
‘I’m now demanding a full musical of Rogers: The Musical. I need it on Broadway or I need Lin-Manuel Miranda to direct a film adaptation. Give me Rogers: The Musical please.’
In Spider-Man: No Way Home, a banner for the musical can be seen in the background – proving that the webslinger’s latest adventure takes place at around the same time as Hawkeye.
However, while some viewers were hoping they might see Tom Holland’s Peter Parker make a cameo, he did not appear.
Considering the first episode of Hawkeye showed Clint reacting emotionally to the portrayal of his late best friend Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) in the musical, for a second we thought that young Black Widow Yelena might be sitting in the audience for the final scene.
Nonetheless, the post-credits scene was exactly what it said it was on the tin – a magnificent show of Rogers: The Musical in all its glory.
Hawkeye is available to watch on Disney Plus.
Credit: Original article published here.