Do not walk out of the theatre without thinking. After the credits roll for Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, there is a post-credits scene to sit through, as is customary with blockbuster films.
The amount of scenes, how long you’ll have to wait, and when it’s safe to leave the theatre are all details we’ll share with you below without worrying about spoilers.
In this article, we’ll analyse the post-credits scene of Transformers: Rise of the Beasts in detail and speculate on what it means for the future of the franchise.
The number of Transformers: Rise of the Beasts post-credits scenes exist?
After the initial 90-second credits series displaying snippets from the film, there is only one post-credits scene in Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. You’re welcome to watch the whole minute-long sequence before it abruptly fades to black. Then the extended credits will start.
What is the Transformers: Rise of the Beasts post-credits scene establishing?
In the post-credits sequence of Rise of the Beasts, Noah (Anthony Ramos) and Reek (Tobe Nwigwe) make light of Reek’s abandonment of them when they saved the world in Peru.
After that, Noah tells Reek about his new family pet job, which involves fixing up a beat-up old car. Reek is sceptical that it will get off the ground. Noah asks “Bet?” and the car suddenly transforms into Mirage’s latest model.
The story is minimal when taken independently. However, it does imply quite a few things: After his near-sacrifice against Scourge in Peru, Mirage is once again in peak fighting form. Two) Noah and Mirage have not broken up. The third reason is that if Noah considers Agent Burke’s offer to join the G.I. Joe team, he will have a lot of firepower on his side.
If there is a sequel to Rise of the Beasts or a G.I. Joe spin-off, you can bet that Noah and Mirage will play major roles, and maybe Reek will finally join them on their adventure.
Check out our Rise of the Beasts ending guide for additional information on the franchise. There’s also a look at the recommended viewing order for the Transformers films, in case you’re still in the mood for some major metamorphosis.
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