Moviegoers are going to want to stick around for the "Justice League" credits.
With Jason Momoa making the publicity rounds for "Justice League," the actor is doing his best not to let secrets slip. Still, he confirmed Monday that there is a post-credits scene -- one he actually forgot about when he and his kids saw the film.
While speaking to BBC Radio 2's Ore Oduba, Momoa told fans to "sit through the whole thing" and "go through the credits." Unfortunately, he wouldn't go into any specifics about the scene. He did, however, tell the funny story of how he and his kids started leaving the theater too early after watching the superhero flick.
"I walked out, and then everyone was like, 'Ooh, ooh, ooh!' and I had to run back in because I forgot that it was in the script," he said.
Let's hope the scene is more memorable than Momoa's memory lapse would suggest.
"Justice League" opens in theaters Nov. 17.
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