Official press screenings are starting to take place for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and along with very positive early reviews, it has been revealed that the upcoming movie will have two post-credit scenes. The news comes after the announcement that Sony's Homecoming will be the first installment of a Spider-Man trilogy that will more than likely feature a new Marvel superhero in each remaining installment, since Robert Downey Jr. only signed a one-movie contract with Sony and their new Spider-Man franchise.

A screening of Spider-Man: Homecoming happened last night In New York City and was in attendance. They confirmed that there are indeed, two post-credit scenes worth sticking around for when the movie officially hits theaters next month. Marvel is no stranger to the post-credit scene, and while two may seem like a pretty big deal, it pales in comparison to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2's five post-credit scenes. What's in these post-credit scenes? Well, we're not exactly sure at this time, but rest assured, sources say that they are definitely worth sticking around for.

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It will be interesting to see what approach Spider-Man: Homecoming takes towards the post-credit scene. It has been common practice for Marvel to tease the next installment in the franchise or introduce new characters. For instance, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 teased the inclusion of Adam Warlock in the next Guardians movie. For Marvel, Thor: Ragnarok will be the next movie released so it isn't completely crazy that we might see a tease of that movie or maybe even perhaps something having to do with Spider-Man's involvement in Avengers: Infinity War. Tom Holland has been filming motion-capture for Infinity War and it is the next place that we will see Spider-Man within the MCU.

In addition to the post-credit scenes, Spider-Man: Homecoming has been getting rave reviews from fans who have been able to catch one of the early premieres. Early insight into the movie reveals that Tony Stark plays a pretty big role, but in the end, it's Spider-Man's movie. Speaking of Stark, it has been reported that Robert Downey Jr. earned an impressive $5 million a day for three days ($15 million) for his time on the set of Homecoming, which may explain why he was signed to be in the first installment only. That's a lot of budget considering that the star of the movie probably didn't make close to that.

It has been reported that Spider-Man will have a lot of growing up to do throughout this new trilogy, so don't expect to see a fully realized Spider-Man by the end of the first chapter. With that being said, the wait for Spider-Man: Homecoming is almost over and the reviews are starting to trickle in. If the early reviews are any indication and they usually are, we're going to be in for a treat watching Spider-Man learn the ropes with Iron Man while battling the Vulture, ultimately preparing him for the battle with Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.