“Logan,” starring Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, hits theaters on Friday. 20th Century Fox

Before the release of “Logan,” reports claimed the Hugh Jackman film would feature an end-credits scene but following the release of the movie, it can be confirmed that it does not contain one. There is, however, a secret scene.

If you have not seen the film yet and don’t want to have anything ruined, be warned that spoilers are ahead. While “Logan” doesn’t contain an end-credits scene like superhero movie fans have become accustomed to, there is a treat for moviegoers who are in their seats early.

Before the film starts, viewers are greeted to a “Deadpool 2” teaser. According to multiple reports, the scene begins with Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) outside of his Deadpool costume, encountering a mugging in an alley. Wilson runs to a nearby phone booth — Superman-style, as the “Superman” theme plays in the background — and switches into his Deadpool outfit.

After struggling to change into his getup, Deadpool hears a gunshot and runs back to the alley, only to discover the mugger has ran away and the victim is dead. Cursing under his breath, Deadpool pulls his mask back and begins going through the dead man’s grocery bag. The teaser ends with the words, “Deadpool… coming… not soon enough.”

As for “Logan” itself, the project doesn’t include a mid-credits or post-credits scene, but according to moviegoers and critics, it’s for the best. While end-credit scenes have become synonymous with Marvel superhero movies, the latest film skips the tradition.

Reports claim the end of “Logan” is an emotional one that brings closure to Jackman’s version of the character. Radio Times also describes the film as a “fairly standalone tale” that doesn’t have much connection to the other X-Men films. This would mean there is no point for an end-credits scene as the movie doesn’t have a story to connect to an upcoming release.

And while many Marvel films may include the teasers at the end of films, the scenes are more frequently seen in movies from Marvel Studios, not 20th Century Fox, which owns the X-Men franchise.