By now we all know that the Marvel films will feature post and mid credit scenes but what will they be in Doctor Strange?
Well it sounds like Screen Crush has the info on both of those scenes!
By the end of the film, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Strange has made it his mission to rid our world of mystical threats — which includes a certain mischievous Asgardian. Strange invites Thor to his Sanctum Sanctorum to get the lowdown on Loki, but Thor says he needs his troublemaking brother’s help to find Odin. As you’ll recall, Loki had disguised himself as Odin and usurped his adoptive father’s throne at the end of Thor: The Dark World, leaving the king of Asgard’s whereabouts unknown.
Strange agrees to help Thor locate Loki and Odin under one condition: Once found, they must leave Earth and return to Asgard — for good. Thor accepts his offer, setting the stage for Ragnarok, which takes place almost entirely in the outer realms. (This also explains the leaked set photos of Thor and Loki in New York and those rumors of a Strange cameo.)
There’s an earlier scene in Doctor Strange where we meet a character played by Benjamin Bratt — he’s not a superhero, but he did use the mystical arts to heal his paralysis. In the post-credits scene, we see Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) return to Bratt, where he rips out and absorbs his mystical powers. “There are too many sorcerers,” he says. Mordo spends much of the film as Strange’s ally and a devout student of The Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), but he’s clearly furious that Strange was named Sorcerer Supreme. That envy and resentment leads Mordo to becoming evil in the film’s post-credits scene, but it’s unclear when we’ll see him again — could be a Doctor Strange sequel, or maybe he’ll align himself with other Marvel villains (Cate Blanchett’s Hela, or Thanos, perhaps?) in another upcoming film.