It's less than two weeks until Justice League arrives in theaters, and the press blitz has been kicking into high gear. Jason Momoa in particular has been talking to the media quite a bit, discussing the DC team film, and his own solo outing as Aquaman.
While speaking with BBC UK's Steve Wright, Momoa said viewers should definitely sit through the credits of the film, because unlike many DCEU enters, Justice League features a post-credits sequence. Moreover, Momoa promises it's "fantastic," though he admitted that he forgot the sequence was part of the script, forcing him to rush back into the theater to see it during the premiere.
Post- (or even mid0) credits scenes are rarely done in DC films, though every Marvel film has made sure to have at least one. The only Dc films to offer them were 2011's Green Lantern -- which teased a sequel featuring the Sinestro Corps that never came to fruition -- and last year's Suicide Squad, wherein Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) met with Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) to gain information on both Aquaman and the Flash (Ezra Miller). Whatever Justice League's post-credits sequence is, it's sure to set big expectations for the future of the DCEU.
Arriving Nov. 17, Justice League stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Barry Miller, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, JK Simmons, Connie Nielsen, and Ciaran Hinds.