Watch the 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Clip from the 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Credits

X-Men: Days of Future Past clip
Photo: 20th Century Fox

During my press screening of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 we didn't have the end credits scene from X-Men: Days of Future Past and to see it now doesn't make me beleve I missed much seeing it on the big screen as it's just another scene feature Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) in disguise doing a bunch of gymnastics though I'm sure some of you will be excited to see some of the other mutants in this little clip.

One thing I am curious about, for any of you that did see the scene at the end of Spider-Man 2. When does this clip play? Is it at the very end or in the middle of the credits? And does it include the title screen?

[via IGN]

  • Silrian

    Swear to god that is the track Oil Rig of Man of STeel underneath there, the percussion part. Out of context this scene does not impress me.

    The Screenrant crew all said the clip didn't come up at their showing.

  • Shane O’Neal

    It was in the middle of the credits for me. The clip was the same exact as the one posted except it ended with the logo and date without the narration.

    • Brad Brevet

      And then the rest of the credits rolled after that?

      • feelsgoodman

        Yes, I had the same experience. There were stylised credits that rolled showing the main people(actors, director, etc), then the clip, then the normal black and white rolling credits.

      • Shane O’Neal

        Yeah, it ended, there was a big thunderclap sound, and the score kicked back in as the credits began rolling.

      • Newbourne

        Yeah. And I actually stayed until the end to see if an actual end credits scene would take place. I was pretty bummed when it didn't.

  • Paul Hennen

    Does this clip actually somehow connect to Amazing Spider Man 2 or was it just an annoying way of advertising? Cause I mean I can totally see the X-Men or some of them having to help Spider-Man fight the sinister six or even if Carnage is brought in at some point...though I kinda got the feeling it's gonna be Venom vs. Carnage when the "Venom" spin-off is released.

    • Brad Brevet

      Not sure if you listen to the podcast, but we talked about it recently. It was included as part of a deal between Fox and Sony after Sony snagged Webb away from Fox where he had a deal to make another film for them after 500 Days of Summer.

  • andyluvsfilms

    I feel nothing when Mystique transforms herself, it's not organic enough, the effects are better in American Werewolf In London and that film is thirty five years old. Will they be talking about these digital effects in 2050, not kindly i doubt.

    • RBBrittain

      The effects aren't as important as JLaw herself. They'll still be talking about her in 2050...

      • andyluvsfilms

        I have to disagree with you there old sport, I find it perplexing why Jennifer Lawrence is as celebrated as she is when her best performance was 2010's Winter's Bone. In terms of acting i think she's way behind Michelle Williams, Carey Mulligan, Hathaway and especially Chastain but in this celebrity obsessed culture she's the current 'it' girl.

        • agent_smith

          Really? I thought she was quite good in Silver Linings Playbook. Didn't she win an academy award for that?

          • andyluvsfilms

            She's fine in SLP, I just don't understand the general fervor. Being a pretentious film snob she does lose points for being in more than one franchise though ;-)

            • agent_smith

              I think it is because she is genuine and definitely a different cat, from being inappropriate to falling down at award shows lol. As far as acting goes, yeah, after watching some of The Hunger Games I am not sure either.
              People tend to like certain actors for whatever reason and most the popularity dies off. Like that red headed chick in 16 candles, she was in soooo many movies in the 80s and then poof gone lie a fart in the wind. BTW I hated all of those movies lol.

              • andyluvsfilms

                I've never known anyone get this much credit for not being able to put one foot in front of the other properly and i'm not convinced all this genuineness is genuine.
                As for Molly Ringwald, we shall indeed see if this current generation still holds Jennifer Lawrence and all these superhero films to their heart in thirty years the way my generation revers the films of the 1980's, i doubt it.

              • agent_smith

                You could b right.

              • andyluvsfilms

                We'll find out either way in 2045, mind you i'll probably be a dementia unit somewhere, now there's a depressing thought.