Post or intra credit stuff

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Please move the answer to "is there a post credits scene?" to the front page. It's a yes or no question and I hate having to constantly jump to and from the answer screen just to find yes or no. Yeah, sometimes there is more info that people want so keep the other screen accessible through a "more" button.

I view this as important/necessary because I need to know if I can leave now or must wait.

Some will say "just watch the credits --- it's impolite not to do so". Once upon a time that was true but credits were much shorter then. Good grief but I do NOT care who catered, who chauffered, who did accounting, who did payroll and endless more "noise". They are not creative people and can be easily replaced with others.

So, give me the yes/no answer on the front page with a "more" button.

Otherwise, great job guys! Y'all impress the hell out of me.

- greg

PS: I think IMDB should REPLACE the endless rolling credits as the means to meet any industry need for full crediting in films. Movie producers should add "See www.IMDB.com for additional information". You should get a special Oscar for the value you add to cinema.
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Thank you for the kind words.

It sounds like you are referring to the FAQ section which is maintained by users more directly than the more formal IMDb data sections so we do not control the questions or question order.  The information on post-credits scenes in the FAQs is often a duplication of the "Crazy Credits" section which is already on the main page on the web site and the iOS app.

For example from: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2293640/ (highlighting is mine):



I note that Crazy Credits is not yet featured on our mobile site so I will follow-up with the appropriate team on that point. 

Hope this helps!

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