First off, we see Peter and MJ’s budding romance take off – quite literally.
Peter takes MJ on a wild ride of New York City via web-swinging, before a news bulletin on the fate of Jake Gyllenhaal’s villain Mysterio is broadcast.
The shocking scene shows edited footage of Mysterio’s showdown with Spider-Man.
The doctored footage suggests Peter is telling drones to ‘execute them all,’ leaving the city believing their spidery hero is out to kill them.
The short answer is yes, it is absolutely worth sticking it out for some post-credits fun.
There’s not just one scene to enjoy but two, and fans are obsessed with what these could mean for the MCU.
IGN UK suggests the scenes could hint at a “cosmic” future for Marvel, while Indiewire calls the scenes “game-changing.”
And in true Marvel style, the scenes suggest things are going to get even more interesting for both our friendly, neighbourhood Spider-Man – and the MCU as a whole.
After the drama of Avengers: Endgame, Marvel fans are champing at the bit for the next instalment of the superhero franchise.
At present, Endgame is close to breaking Avatar’s record for the most money taken by a film ever.
And now Spider-Man: Far From Home has broken Endgame’s record for takings over its opening weekend in North America.
But after you’ve enjoyed Peter Parker and his eventful European school trip, will you need to stay in your seats for a post-credits scene?