When Marvel Studios began releasing character posters for Avengers: Age of Ultron a few months ago, the first promotional one-sheet in the series featured the entire team and a lengthy list of credits, including the confirmation of some key returning support characters. It does seems like the perfect opportunity for Marvel to craft a fun post-credits scene – like they always do – featuring Spider-Man at the end of Age of Ultron. Appearing on a brand new and totally unofficial YouTube channel yesterday came the video above – a leaked post-credits scene from Avengers: Age of Ultron featuring Peter Parker in the Spider-Man costume being witty while on the side of skyscraper, with Avengers Tower in the background. Peter Parker, who we know is going to be 15-16 when he enters the MCU next year (in Captain America: Civil War) and gets his own solo movie in summer 2017, hasn’t been cast yet, so that’s one obvious clue to the clip not being authentic since it features someone voicing the character. Outside of that and some not-quite-right animation of the webslinger, this fabricated sequence is very well crafted. The creators of it got the credits mostly correct although they’re using an older Dolby Digital logo, and they even added in a credit for Spider-Man creators Stan Lee and Steve Ditko as a nice touch. Avengers 2 writer-director Joss Whedon and Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige, that there will not be a post-credits scene attached to Avengers: Age of Ultron. Instead, there is only a mid-credits button before the full credits roll. This information comes from Screenrant: Here’s the unofficial and fake introduction of Spider-Man.