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Is There a Post-Credit Scene in 'Bumblebee'? SPOILER ALERT!

By Mustafa Gatollari

There's been a lot of talk about Bumblebee, not just because the kinda adorable Transformers character got his own movie, but because it's the first Transformers movie in a very long time that wasn't universally panned by critics.

In fact, it's actually good. And I think a big reason is that the film is dripping with the best kind of '80s nostalgia, including a soundtrack loaded with Steve Winwood and The Smiths.

Those who are familiar with director Travis Knight's work aren't surprised the movie blows its predecessors out of the water. He was behind the much-loved (but not commercially successful) Kubo and the Two Strings.

The film's currently enjoying a 94 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, a huge turnaround from the box office poison that was Transformers: The Last Knight. The latter film was Bay's latest foray into directing the robot feature, and although he's stayed on for producer duties with Bumblebee, it's clear Knight gave the franchise the kick it needed to get viewers' juices flowing again.

If you're planning on seeing the movie, be warned, there are some mild spoilers ahead. And in case you were wondering...

Yes, Bumblebee does have a post-credits end scene.

But the duration of it is a bit shorter than you'd find in, let's say, a Marvel film. Right after director Travis Knight's name pops up on screen, it soon fades away to reveal everyone's favorite yellow Autobot meeting up with Optimus Prime. He then transforms into the iconic yellow Camaro Shia LaBeouf buys in the first Transformers film (the second-highest rated film in the series on Rotten Tomatoes), which came out in 2007.

What does it all mean?