Earlier this month, it was confirmed by producer Kevin Feige and director Joss Whedon that there will be no post-credits scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron, since the director felt he couldn't come up with a way of topping the infamous shawarma scene in 2012's Marvel's The Avengers. While there will be a brief tag scene as the credits start to roll, the producer and director wanted to let fans know ahead of time that there will not be a post-credit scene, so fans aren't waiting through the credits for nothing. However, Comic Book Movie has discovered a video that is allegedly the post-credits scene for Avengers: Age of Ultron, which may certainly be fake, but if it's authentic, it will introduce a beloved Marvel comic book character. There will be SPOILERS below, so read on at your own risk.

YouTube user spidey AoU has posted this scene which shows a New York City window washer cleaning the windows on a high rise building. The Avengers Tower is revealed in the background as he cleans the window, and as he keeps cleaning, we eventually see Spider-Man appear, clinging to a nearby building behind the window washer, telling him that he "missed a spot." The picture and audio quality is not the greatest in this video, and we can't tell who is actually playing Spider-Man, since his voice is not readily identifiable. After the brief scene is shown, a title card appears saying that Spider-Man was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, along with some Sony Pictures corporate information, before the Marvel Studios logo appears at the very end.

Of course, it's completely possible that this scene is not real, especially since Kevin Feige and Joss Whedon went out of their way to reveal that there is no post-credits scene. It's also possible that they were both lying, but why would they straight up tell fans that there is no post-credits scene if they actually shot one at attached it to the end of this movie? When Marvel Studios announced that Spider-Man is coming to the MCU, it was confirmed that the new Spidey will appear in one Marvel movie before the new Spider-Man stand alone movie produced by both Sony and Marvel hits theaters on July 28, 2017. The character has not been cast yet, which is another reason why this is likely fake, but it's possible they could have actually shot this scene, with plans on announcing the new Spidey shortly after Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters on May 1. Of course, since the video is still online, and has not been swiftly removed by Sony and Marvel, likely means that this is fake. At any rate, take a look at the video below, and let us know if you think this is real or fake.