Does Cocaine Bear Have An End Credits Scene?

This article contains spoilers for "Cocaine Bear."

Nobody can claim that "Cocaine Bear," the action-horror-comedy hybrid featuring a very drugged-out bear, is taking itself too seriously. It's about as predictable as you might expect, but also totally unpredictable at the same time. It harkens back to the killer animal films of the '70s and '80s, in both good and bad ways. Regardless, if you're looking to see what happens when a bear eats possibly hundreds of pounds of cocaine, there's an answer for that!

However, "Cocaine Bear" doesn't just show what happens when a bear eats cocaine. It also shows us brief glimpses of what life has become for our motley cast of characters that somehow survived the bear's rampage. So yes, do try and stick through the credits to see a couple of amusing epilogues. Just don't expect anything major once they end. Needless to say, if you somehow haven't seen "Cocaine Bear" before clicking on this article, this is your final chance to avoid spoilers. After this, you're on your own.

Cocaine Bear credits scenes explained

Sadly, the titular Cocaine Bear is not expected to return in something like "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty," even though one can hope so. However, we do get to see the teenage gang known as the Duchamps' sole survivor, the gangly Stache (Aaron Holliday as a character whose name is only revealed in the film's credits), as he decides his near-death experience was a bit of a wake-up call. Earlier in the film, he had said that he and his now-deceased friends, Vest (J.B. Moore) and Ponytail (Leo Hanna), were planning on moving to New York City soon. With just the clothes on his back and a duffel bag of cocaine hanging from his shoulder, we see him hitching a ride to the city with a sheep-hearder, almost forgetting to take the bag away from the idle sheep in the truck bed.

We get to see a few more rounds of credits before we move on to the second and final credits scene. Once reformed drug peddlers Eddie (Alden Ehrenreich) and Daveed (O'Shea Jackson, Jr.) return to their St. Louis headquarters with a new dog named Rosette, the latter realizes that they're missing one block of cocaine that they managed to retrieve from the forest. They look at Rosette suspiciously, and it's ultimately up to us to decide whether she managed to eat an entire block of coke without dying. Also, as one final send-off to the titular bear and her two cubs, we hear two hikers comment on how cute they look before they begin staring them down.

What does this mean for a potential sequel? Who knows! "Cocaine Bear" is now playing in theaters.