Does Disney's Wish have an after credits scene?

Wondering if it's worth staying to the end of the credits of Disney's Wish? Here are all the spoilers for the Wish end credits scene.

STARRING ROLE – In Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Wish,” sharp-witted idealist Asha (voice of
STARRING ROLE – In Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Wish,” sharp-witted idealist Asha (voice of /
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Disney’s Wish is finally out in theaters. Of course, you’re taking the kids to see it. This is something for the whole family.

The movie itself is only 92 minutes long. That’s a great length for younger children. They’ll be entertained throughout, without getting restless. And there’s less chance of needing a potty break partway through.

Of course, the big question for movies now is whether you need to stick around until the end of the credits. Will there be any end credit scenes in this latest Disney animated movie?

Disney’s Wish does have an end credits scene

You’ll need to stick around until the very end of the credits for the scene. There isn’t one after the animated credits, which can be a little deceiving for those who are going to see the movie.

The kids will want to leave after these first credits, but encourage them to stay. The end credits scene isn’t something that’s integral to the movie, but it is a sweet moment that makes sitting to the end of the credits worth it. Plus, there’s a connection to another Disney movie that you’ll know and love well.

At the very end of the credits, we cut to Asha’s grandfather sitting on a hill with his guitar. He strums the chords for “When You Wish Upon a Star,” which fans will know is from the movie Pinocchio, which also involves a lot of wishing. No, this isn’t Guiseppi, though. Instead, this is Sabino. Maybe he is related to the Italian dollmaker in some way.

Wish is all about harnessing the power of the stars to make powerful wishes. Sabino is ready to have his granted after living for 100 years. Does it connect to a certain doll turned into a human boy? Is that the hint with the song chosen? We know Disney movies are somewhat connected here and there, after all. Just look at the Frozen and The Little Mermaid connection.

Wish is now out in theaters.