Is there a post-credit scene in Firestarter?

Is there a post-credit scene in Firestarter? ...

The most recent Stephen King horror film has been released.

Firestarter, directed by Keith Thomas, follows a young girl named Charlie McGee (played by Ryan Kiera Armstrong) as she and her family try to avoid a dangerous government agency. While her parents have powers, her mother Andy (Sydney Lemmon) is telepathic and her mother Vicky (Sydney Lemmon) is kinetic Charlie has pyrokinesis and is able to start firings with her mind.

This is not the first time that this particular King novel has been adapted for the screen, as a version of Firestarter, directed by Mark L. Lester, was first released in 1984. Although this update version is disappointing in reviews, it does have its redeeming features, including a wonderfully creepy score by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies.

If you plan on watching Firestarter''s 2022 version, it''s important to know if there is a post-credits scene at the end of the film.

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Charlie finds her father in the facility in which the antagonists of the film, The Shop, defends her and says that if he continues to use his powers one more time, he will die. Andy, who was reluctant for Charlie to use her powers throughout the film, discovers that there is only one way out for him: to burn the facility down.

Andy removes The Push one last time and controls Charlie, allowing her to kill both Captain Hollister and himself. After being caught on a rampage in the facility, Charlie is then welcomed by Rainbird, the bounty hunter who was sent after her family and killed her mother, who was also locked up in the facility. The film begins with Charlie, dragging down the property and walking down a beach with Rainbird, which is full of praises. There will be no follow-up post-credits scene.

The film concludes abruptly and feels like the filmmakers have left it open for a sequel. However, the film does not appear to be going enough to justify a sequel, meaning that this might be the first time we meet these characters and the last time you encounter them. However, just because the film does not have a post-credits scene does not mean you have to leave the theater right away. The score that plays over them is excellent.

Firestarter is currently playing in theaters and is also available for viewing on Peacock.