Does The Gray Man Have An After Credits Scene?
The Gray Man have an after credits scene? Directed by
Avengers: Endgame filmmakers Anthony and Joe Russo,
The Gray Man is adapted to the big screen from the 2009 novel by Mark Greaney. The film has been in development since 2011. Back then, Brad Pitt was attached. In 2015, Charlize Theron was considered to star, but
The Gray Man ultimately picked up steam again with the Russo Brothers and Netflix’s involvement.,The Gray Man will draw similarities to
The Bourne Identity movies and its action sequences have an old-school feel to them. In the Netflix film, Ryan Gosling plays Sierra Six, a black ops mercenary with the CIA who is tasked with killing a target. However, things go awry and Sierra Six finds himself on the run after he discovers a few agency secrets that Denny Carmichael (
Bridgerton’s Regé-Jean Page) and his associates do not want to get out. There are more than a few reunions in the film, with Chris Evans (who plays the sordid Lloyd Hansen) returning to work with the Russo Brothers and Ana de Armas (portraying Dani Miranda) reuniting with both Evans and Gosling, with whom she co-starred in
Knives Out and
Blade Runner 2049, respectively.,Related: The Gray Man Can Fix The Russos & Chris Evans’ Non-MCU Movie Problems,Considering
The Gray Man leaves a couple of major plot threads hanging by the end of the film, many will wonder if there is a post-credits scene. After all, the Russo Brothers would be no strangers to them, having included them when they directed their slate of Marvel Cinematic Universe films. However,
The Gray Man
does not have an after credits scene. There is no mid-credits scene, either, which is interesting since the film certainly plays out like a franchise starter. It’s possible there will be more of Sierra Six in the future, but the film’s ending — sans a hint of what could be coming story-wise — will have to suffice.,Despite not having a post-credits scene,
The Gray Man will leave audiences wanting more in terms of answers to questions posed at the start of the film. While an after credits scene would have teased what’s to come, there is already enough information in the film to maintain the intrigue. Conversely, not having a post-credits scene allows
The Gray Man to stand on its own should a sequel never happen. Though audiences won’t have to sit through the entirety of the credits after the film’s ending, it is always interesting to learn about (and appreciate) those who worked on the film.
The Gray Man has a strong start and it’s always possible that a potential sequel will have a post-credits scene to set up the next story. All told, the film works just fine without one.,Next: The Gray Man Can Repeat No Time To Die’s Perfect Ana De Armas Trick