If you’re one of the people who went to see an early promo screening of Deadpool, then you already know that the R-rated superhero outing has one post-credits scene. And if you were disappointed by said scene, then maybe this news will inspire you to run out and see the film again when it hits theaters next weekend (unless you didn’t particularly like it the first time around).

Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld and co-writer Rhett Reese tweeted about the second post-credits scene, which won’t be seen until the film hits theaters on February 12:

Deadpool isn’t your average superhero film — it’s profane, incredibly bloody and violent, and very faithful to its source material. But it is your average superhero movie in that it indulges in many of the typical tropes with a familiar story structure and cameos, while its more meta qualities try to undercut that familiarity. And like most of its more family-friendly brethren, Deadpool will also indulge in two post-credits scenes.

We’ve seen the first one, and it’s the sort of thing you expect from similar films with two tags at the end — it doesn’t tease a sequel or promote another film in the franchise, but it is fairly humorous. We have not seen the second post-credits scene, which may very well offer something a bit more exciting.

Deadpool arrives on February 12.