'Thor: Love and Thunder' has 2 end-credits scenes. Here's what they mean for future Marvel movies

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Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "Thor: Love and Thunder."

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There are two extra scenes after "Thor 4" ends, the first of which introduces a new character to the MCU.

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The second scene, at the film's very end, shows Jane Foster interacting with a returning character.

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If you head out to see "Thor: Love and Thunder" this weekend, don't leave the theater as soon as the movie ends.

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The fourth "Thor" film, starring Chris Hemsworth and directed by Taika Waititi, contains two end-credits scenes after the movie concludes.

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The mid-credits sequence introduces a new character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, played by an Emmy winner. The second scene features the return of a familiar face.

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In the first scene, Russell Crowe's Zeus is revealed to be alive — and angry

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Earlier in the film, Thor, Jane Foster , Valkyrie, and Korg  visit  Omnipotence City in the hopes that some gods will join them in their mission to rescue the Asgardian kids that have been taken hostage by Gorr the God Butcher .

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Zeus brushes off Thor's warnings about Gorr and a fight breaks out between Thor's team and those in Omnipotence City.

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Zeus throws his lightning bolt through Korg's head, severely injuring him. Then he aims it at Thor saying, "You're next, Odinson."

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But Thor catches it and flings the weapon back at Zeus, seemingly killing the God of Lightning by stabbing him in the chest.

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The mid-credits scene picks up after that fight, showing that Zeus is actually alive. But now he's filled with rage.

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The scene begins with Zeus sitting down surrounded by four women, one of whom is fanning him and another who is dabbing his chest wound with a cloth.

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"It used to be that being a god meant something," Zeus says, infuriated.

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