Tried and true Marvel fans know that when movie-goers get up to leave the theater at the end of the movie, they're missing out on the best part of the theater experience.
This is because Marvel films almost always have a short 30-second teaser clip for upcoming films tacked on to the end of the credits.
Being a Marvel film, "Deadpool" is not exempt from this tradition, but the big news here is that Ryan Reynolds hilarious "merc with a mouth" film will have not one, but two post-credits scenes. That means if you leave the theater early, you're going to be doubly disappointed that you forgot to stick around.
Creator Robert Liefeld and co-writer Rhet Reese confirmed on Twitter Saturday (Feb. 6) that a second post-credits scene that no one has seen yet will air during the theatrical release.
The best bets for what these post-credit scene will contain are teases for "X-Men: Apocalypse" or "Captain America: Civil War" which both premiere in May 2016, but other popular contenders are "Doctor Strange" or "Guardians of the Galaxy 2."
"Deadpool" hits theaters Friday, Feb. 12.