Avengers: Endgame Directors Ask Fans Again Not To Reveal Any Spoilers

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Four days before the release of Avengers: Endgame, co-directors Anthony and Joe Russo have issued one more warning not to spoil the plot of the year’s biggest blockbuster.

The Avengers: Infinity War helmsmen already shared an open letter urging fans to keep all the biggest Endgame reveals to themselves. So instead of expending any further words on why filmgoers should watch what they say, the pair have tweeted a relevant Doctor Strange meme that’s been making the rounds lately.

The post takes us back to the Infinity War scene where the Sorcerer Supreme envisions 14,000,605 alternate futures, only one of which sees Earth’s Mightiest Heroes triumph in the fight against Thanos. The text on the image reads as follows:

“Remember. Dr. Strange watched the ‘Endgame’ fourteen million six hundred and five times. And he didn’t spoil any of it. Be like Dr. Strange.”

While most filmgoers will no doubt have the courtesy to be like Doctor Strange, you just know that there are some people out there who’ll be all too glad to spoil the movie for as many fans as possible. It’s therefore pretty understandable that a lot of folks plan on taking a break from social media for the next few days, assuming that the recent leaks didn’t drive them off already.

In particular, you may want to bear in mind that China’s first Endgame screenings start at 12pm EST on Tuesday, meaning that less than 24 hours from now, there’ll be a whole load of people who know the full story. After that, the review and social media embargo lifts at 6pm EST tomorrow, at which point, you can expect Twitter to flood with potentially revealing takes.

In short, those looking to go into Avengers: Endgame knowing next to nothing are in for a rough few days, but you can judge for yourself if the film was worth all the fuss when it arrives in theaters on April 26th.

Source: Twitter

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