Basically, Don't Be A D*ck. The Russo Bros. Ask You To Not Spoil Avengers:Endgame.
Around this time last year, directors Joe and Anthony Russo wrote a letter and asked for all of our help in their #ThanosDemandsYourSilence campaign, by not spoiling Avengers:Infinity War for those who hadn’t yet seen it. A lovely sentiment and in keeping with that, they’re at it again.
In a new letter, the directors are again asking for our silence by not dropping spoilers for the closing chapter of the Infinity War saga, Avengers: Endgame, before everyone has had some time to see the movie. But, judging from the hefty amounts of spoilers and leaks that are popping up everywhere, they failed.
The release of Avengers:Endgame is a mere days away, and with the first couple of trailers confirming how Tony Stark and Nebula make it back to Earth, and Captain America using bad language, we’ve decided to not post anymore. And we’ve also provided a few useful tips for not having Endgame spoiled for you, before you get a chance to see it.
Avengers:Endgame is in theaters in April 26, 2019.
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