With DC's newest cinematic installment, "Justice League," about to hit theaters, a number of spoilers have been shared ahead of time, including a leak of one of the post-credit scenes. Fans of the franchise who have waited and weathered setbacks over the years have been quick to jump on them, but the question remains: How many little extras, including post-credit scenes, can we count on? Recent weeks have unveiled a number of revelations about the film, including the fact that there is a Green Lantern character set to be included and that Superman was confirmed in the promotional materials, but he might not be the good guy we remember. Other revelations that have been handed down include the rather drastic costume redesigns for some recurring characters from elsewhere in the DC franchise, including a more revealing redesign for the Amazons featured in the film.

A report by the Independent passes on many of these details.

What will the credit scenes be about?

For all the good news about the production team's follow-through for fans, the most important reveal of the week is the content of the epilogue scenes in the movie. The Independent has confirmed that there will be not one but two credit scenes at the end of the new "Justice League" movie and they will follow a pattern that has become highly familiar to fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In one of the scenes, you will see a setup for a stand-alone superhero movie that will develop one of the characters in the universe further. In the other, you will get to see a world-building scene designed to make the entire extended universe richer. Comic Book News has a more detailed rundown of the incident as well.

It would be easy to let loose with spoilers about the new film and the end scenes, but the fact is that too many people don't want to know. If you're curious about what you will find, though, you can go ahead and check out the video below. Beware, though, you can't forget the revelations this will give you about the movie.

More 'Justice League' revelations to come

As of right now, reports are that while there have been a number of early review screenings, the film aggregating site Rotten Tomatoes has come under fire for not yet releasing a score for the film, leading some to speculate about the critical reaction. Since this credit scene leak seems to be, at least by its timing, connected to the wave of reviewer screenings happening before the official premiere, you can probably expect a few more Easter eggs to roll out along the way alongside the post-credit scenes. Other revelations that have been handed down include the rather drastic costume redesigns for some recurring characters from elsewhere in the DC franchise, including a more revealing redesign for the Amazons featured in the film. "Justice League" hits major theaters this Friday.