Avengers: Endgame Directors Write Open Letter Urging Fans Not To Post Spoilers


It’s 18 April, and you know what that means:

There’re just 6 days left to the official premiere of Avengers: Endgame.

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Well, it’s about time.

Yet the fact remains that oftentimes when the good arrives, the bad follows. And in this case, the bad would refer to…

The shitload of spoilers that’ll be flooding social media pages everywhere.

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A Heartfelt Letter from the Russo Brothers themselves

Nobody likes to be spoiled, and that’s especially so when you have a movie like Avengers 4, a film that comes off the back of numerous questions and sobbing hearts.

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But the fact remains that the world’s not a kind place; despite fervent pleas from fans, there will always be those unsympathetic assholes who just want to see the world burn.

Like the unknown poster of this footage, which was believed to contain some major spoiler, for example.

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Yeah, it’s a sad reality indeed.

And perhaps that’s why the directors themselves, the Russo Brothers, have felt it their calling to aid the whole no-spoilers movement, with an entire letter dedicated to the cause. Lest you’re wondering, a snippet of their letter reads:


“Because so many of you have invested your time, and your souls into these stories, we’re once again asking for help.”

“When you see Endgame in the coming weeks, please don’t spoil it for others, the same way you wouldn’t want it spoiled for you.”

“Remember, Thanos still demands your silence.”

You can view the full letter, which was posted on the Russo brothers’ Twitter account, down below:

And Netizens are advocating the cause

Nobody likes to see spoilers, and these Netizens are evidently supportive of that movement. Very supportive.

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Image: Russo Brothers Twitter
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Image: Russo Brothers Twitter

Though as it turns out… there’re spoilers even on the non-spoiler thread itself.

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Major spoilers

As mentioned above, footage, which was believed to contain some major spoilers, has actually been circulating on Reddit and Twitter a while back.

Thankfully, however, the clip has since been taken down by Disney.



Though with that in mind, let’s all do our part by watching the movie, and refraining from posting any spoilers online. And yes, that includes Instagram stories, because judging by how Marvel movies have always worked…

Even the introduction sequence is likely to be a spoiler.

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So for everyone’s sake, kindly refrain from anything that might be a spoiler.

Thank you very much.