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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker doesn't have a postcredit scene, but...

There's no end-credit scene, but there's a reason to stick around.

Who's prepared for the end of the Skywalker saga?

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is a relentless ride. So it's natural you may want to get off the roller coaster when the credits hit. 

But will you miss any postcredits scenes? Nope. 

Star Wars films traditionally don't include so-called stingers, although films from Marvel, also owned by Walt Disney, have made them a standard practice. Director J.J. Abrams has resisted the trend, so when the final scene before John Williams' epic score hits, you're done. 

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It is worth sticking around to check out the credits. Without spoiling anything, you'd do well to check out the full cast list, and to see who lent their voice to some pivotal scenes. You might be surprised. 

(Check out our explanation of the Rise of Skywalker's ending and how the film addresses The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.)

But if you need to use the facilities after the film, which runs for 2 hours and 22 minutes, not counting trailers, feel free to go, knowing you're not missing anything vital to the story.

Originally published Dec. 18.