To be brief and simple, the answer is no. “Madame Web” does not have any kind of credits scene. Nothing in the middle, nothing after the credits, nothing at all. Once the credits roll, it's the end. Feel free to head to the lobby as soon as the credits roll.

For some reason, Sony didn't feel the need to try to create a sequel or spin-off here, unlike “Morbius” or “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.” The film itself is set in 2003, a far cry from most of Sony's superhero universe, so that might have something to do with it. Either way, at least for now, this film exists on its own terms without worrying about the future.

The film is billed as a standalone origin story centering on Cassandra Webb, a Manhattan paramedic who develops the power to see the future. She then realizes that she can use this insight to change that. She forms a relationship with three young women who have superhero destinies, assuming they can change the deadly present.

SJ Clarkson (“The Defenders,” “Jessica Jones”) makes her directorial debut with the film. Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless, Claire Parker and Clarkson wrote the script. The cast also includes Sydney Sweeney (“Euphoria”), Isabela Merced (“Transformers: The Last Knight”), Celeste O'Connor (“Ghostbusters: Afterlife”), Tahar Rahim (“The Serpent”), Mike Epps (Meet the Blacks”), Emma Roberts (“American Horror Story”) and Adam Scott (“Parks and Recreation”). Lorenzo di Bonaventura produced the film, with Adam Merims, Clarkson and Parker serving as executive producers.

“Madame Web” hits theaters on February 14, 2024.