Does ‘Annabelle: Creation’ Have a Post-Credits Scene?

If you’re wondering if you can get off the edge of your seat when the “Annabelle: Creation” credits roll, here’s everything you need to know

“Annabelle: Creation” is the second prequel about the creepy doll first introduced in “The Conjuring.” It’s a real doll, too — investigating the reported demonic possession of the creepy object was one of the cases of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, on whom “The Conjuring” and “The Conjuring 2” are based.

Annabelle the doll pops up at the start of “The Conjuring” and was scary enough to warrant a spin-off origin story, “Annabelle,” and then an even origin-ier story, “Annabelle: Creation.” The latter is out this weekend, and as our review notes, it’s quite a bit creepier than its predecessor.

“The Conjuring” has now spawned two spin-off movies and a sequel, with another sequel and two more spin-offs on the way. It’s a veritable cinematic universe, so you might be wondering if you’ll need to stay through the credits to catch any teasers for upcoming entries. The answer to that question is “yes,” you’re going to want to stay through the credits — “Annabelle: Creation” has not one, but two tag scenes that take place during and after its credits sequence.

The two scenes were confirmed by director David F. Sandberg on Twitter. He noted that if you’re hoping to head to the bathroom when “Annabelle: Creation” ends, you’re going to want to wait. The most impactful of the two scenes will take place after the credits.

With lots more movies in the “Conjuring” universe on the horizon, it’s likely we’ll be seeing hints of what the future might hold in those films. The two spin-offs that have already been announced will expand on two of the villains in “The Conjuring 2.”

“The Nun,” coming in summer 2018, is about the spooky, religiously dressed demon Valak that haunts Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) in that movie. The second spin-off, “The Crooked Man,” goes into more detail about the lanky, sharp-toothed creature that menaced the Hodgson kids in the film.

There’s also a third “Conjuring” movie in the works, which will see the return of Farmiga and Patrick Wilson as Lorraine and Ed Warren, but likely won’t be helmed by series director James Wan.

Wondering how much of “Annabelle: Creation” and the other movies in the “Conjuring” Verse are based on facts? Scroll down to find our gallery about the real hauntings that inspired the movies below.