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Comic book fans wait anxiously for the release of new instalments in the Marvel and DC cinematic universe. However, the most exciting part for movie buffs are the post- and mid- credit scenes that tease the upcoming movies in the canon. 

Now that Anthony and Joe Russo, the directors of the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War," have revealed that there are going to be three different post-credit scenes in the film, fans have been going nuts trying to figure out what they are going to be. As fans will remember, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" had featured the clip in which Thanos (Josh Brolin) says: "Fine, I'll do it myself." 

As fans know, Thanos is obsessed with getting the Infinity Stones using which he can complete his gauntlet. Although he doesn't have a role in the "Civil War" movie, there will be some hints that will take the MCU closer towards the "Infinity Wars" storyline. In fact, many fans have predicted that there will be yet another vague Thanos scene in the post-credit scenes of the upcoming film. 

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Including Spider-Man, here are the three post-credit scenes we think would make it to the final cut of "Captain America: Civil War": 

Doctor Strange: Benedict Cumberbatch's magical and mysterious Doctor Strange is sure to get a spot in the post-credit scenes, especially because he would mark Marvel's foray into the world of magic. In all probability, fans will get to see the arrogant version of Doctor Strange before the accident. Fans predict the scene to feature him leaving for an emergency surgery that would result in the fateful accident that led to him becoming the magical Dr Strange from the comics. 

Spider-Man: Granted, the web-shooting teenage superhero is definitely appearing in the fight scenes of the actually film, but it looks like he would still get a post-credit scene. Marvel is revamping the "Spider-Man" franchise yet again and they want fans to get to know Tom Holland's version of Spidey ahead of the standalone film in 2017. 

Thanos: Time again the Russo brothers have clarified that the "magical space man" will not be featured in the Marvel film. He is so huge a character that you would immediately forget everything else that was going on in the film if Thanos makes an appearance. Considering he will not appear in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" either, Thanos will appear in the post-credit scene of the first film in phase three of MCU.