Being one of the most hyped Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, "Black Panther" is already dominating the box office as one of the best super-hero films. Before continuing, if you haven't watched "Black Panther," you should not continue reading this article because it contains main plot points of the movie. Spoilers! There were two scenes in the movie, the mid-credits scene, and the end-credits scene.

Wakanda and the United Nations

The first scene shows T'Challa accompanied by Nakia and Okoye, speaking in front of the United Nations conference as they announce that Wakanda will come out of their third-world country guise and that they will share their knowledge and resources with the rest of the world.

“Wakanda will no longer watch from the shadows. We cannot. We must not,” he says, wanting to be like brothers and sisters to the rest of the world's nations, “We must find a way to look after one another as if we were one single tribe.”

As the other countries scoff at this announcement, another delegate of the United Nations asks "What does a nation of farmers have to offer the rest of the world?" to which T’Challa and his delegation replies with a knowing smile.

This scene was originally planned to be part of the ending of the movie but director Ryan Coogler, in an interview with the RadioTimes, said that he had to move it to the mid-credits spot for symmetry reasons.

The relation of Wakanda with the rest of the world could mean that Vibranium-powered technology will appear more often in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is also hinted by Iron Man's suit in the "Avengers: Infinity War" trailer.

The White Wolf

The second post-credits scene featured a cameo by Bucky Barnes, aka The Winter Soldier, who is still recovering from the wounds he got during the fight between Captain America and Iron Man, in an isolated Wakandan village. After Bucky is woken up by Wakandan children, he comes out of a hut and finds Shuri, princess of Wakanda and half-sister of T'Challa, who tells him to come with her and says “Much more for you to learn.”

But the most interesting thing about this scene was that the kids, who woke up Bucky, run out of the hut shouting "the white wolf" which is a character in the Marvel comics and is closely related to the Black Panther.

The White Wolf is a white guy, adopted by the T'Chaka, King of Wakanda and father of T'Challa. Formerly known as Hunter, The White Wolf was raised to adulthood under T'Chaka's protection to become one of the leaders of the Hatut Zeraze or the "Dogs of War," a Wakandan covert special forces group.

From both of these scenes, it seems like Wakanda is opening up to the rest of Marvel Cinematic Universe and is arming the rest of the heroes for the upcoming war in "Avengers: Infinity War."