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Captain America: The Winter Soldier post-credits scenes revealed?

With early screenings of Captain America: The Winter Soldier now opening to rave reviews, it was only a matter of time before specific spoilers started leaking.

And while we'll steer clear of revealing plot details, one website has reported - in detail - upon its two post-credits scenes.

While this is still specifically rumour, the following should - just in case - come with a MASSIVE SPOILER WARNING!

We'd previously reported on rumours that one post-credits scene would feature the debut of new Avengers 2: Age of Ultron cast members Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen (opens in new tab) as the super-powered brother and sister duo Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch respectively.

And it appears that's very much the case, with Belgian pop culture website going into detail about that, and its secondary post-credits scene, too.

This is your last SPOILER WARNING! (opens in new tab) have provided a handy English translation of both scenes' descriptions:

Scene 1: We see Baron Von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) in his underground lair. Loki’s scepter can be found here, as well as two special prisoners: the “twins”. These are of course Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). Quicksilver is bouncing from one end in his cell to another while Scarlet Witch is stacking some building blocks with her mind. Watching them, Von Strucker announces “The Age of Miracles” is upon us. And with that we learn the new name for mutants in the Marvel movieverse.

Scene 2: The Winter Soldier is visiting the Captain America exhibit in the Smithsonian museum. Here he finds the information on James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes, his real name. It appears the Winter Soldier now knows who he really was and remembers that Captain America spoke the truth about him.

So there we go. Would you be happy with those post-credits scenes? Let us know in the comments below!

Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens in UK cinemas from 26 March 2014.