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‘xXx: Return Of Xander Cage’ After-Credits Scene: Is There A Scene Hidden At The Very End Of The Vin Diesel Action …

Does xXx: Return of Xander Cage have an after-credits scene that will keep moviegoers in their seats for an extra surprise at the end?

For those who may not be familiar with the trend, the after-credits scene is a short scene inserted at the very end of the movie, after all the credits have ended. It’s something of a reward for viewers willing to sit through the five to 10 minutes of credits, and the scene usually offers a bit of closure on an unresolved plot line or sometimes offers a preview of an upcoming installment of a film series.

These scenes are common in action movies — and almost a standard in superhero films — so viewers who see xXx: Return of Xander Cage will likely want to know if there’s an after-credits scene to make it worth their wait.

[WARNING: Potential xXx: Return of Xander Cage spoilers ahead.]

So, if there a

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People Magazine Investigates: Are There Similarities Between Jeffrey MacDonald Case and Charles Manson Murders?

The controversial case of former Green Beret surgeon Jeffrey MacDonald, convicted in 1979 of murdering his wife and two daughters in 1970, is now before an appeals court.

Oral arguments are scheduled for January 26 in Richmond, Virginia.

The case, which has captivated the nation for nearly half a century, is the focus of the upcoming People Magazine Investigates episode “The Accused,” which airs Monday night at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery. Ahead of that broadcast, PEOPLE Senior Editor Alicia Dennis sat down on Friday’s People Now to preview the episode and talk about aspects of the case.

“Jeffrey’s defense team is really putting a lot of hope in this hearing,” says Dennis.

MacDonald has long said he is innocent. He says he saw at least four intruders and

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People Magazine Investigates: Are There Similarities Between Jeffrey MacDonald Case and Charles Manson Murders?

The controversial case of former Green Beret surgeon Jeffrey MacDonald, convicted in 1979 of murdering his wife and two daughters in 1970, is now before an appeals court.

Oral arguments are scheduled for Jan. 26 in Richmond, Virginia.

The case, which has captivated the nation for nearly half a century, is the focus of the upcoming People Magazine Investigates episode “The Accused,” which airs Monday night at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery. Ahead of that broadcast, PEOPLE Senior Editor Alicia Dennis sat down on Friday’s People Now to preview the episode and talk about aspects of the case.

“Jeffrey’s defense team is really putting a lot of hope in this hearing,” says Dennis.

MacDonald has long said he is innocent. He says he saw at least four intruders and was attacked before passing out. Three of the alleged intruders he saw

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‘Wives with Knives’: Host says there is no profile of woman who kills significant other

“Wives with Knives” profiles marriages that have gone just about as bad as they can go. Criminologist and host of the Investigation Discovery series, Dr. Casey Jordan, spoke with FOX411 about the most horrifying crimes documented on the series, and what makes a woman snap.

“My most gruesome one was from season 1. A woman named Lori McLuckie who not only killed her boyfriend after he had raped her but then didn’t know what to do with his body and cut it up slowly over the course of weeks taking out a body part every day and putting it in the dumpster,” Jordan said. “The same week she was voted Employee of the Month.”

The attorneysaid many times a killer snaps after years of abuse, and there is not a particular profile for a murderer.

“I’ve interviewed about 45 women for ‘Wives with Knives’ over the course of the last four

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