Avengers: Endgame: So the Russo brothers want to reduce the spoiler danger
Marvel fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the theatrical release of "Avengers: Endgame". The superhero cracker starts in this country on April 24th. But there are already some spoilers circulating in the net - and right now the directors Joe (47) and Anthony (49) are warning Russo. They turn to "the greatest fans in the world" and plead with a new hashtag: #DontSpoilTheEndgame.
"Thanos still demands your silence"
In the open letter the Russo brothers have posted on their social media accounts, they say, "That's it, that's the end, the end of an unprecedented narrative mosaic that spans eleven years and eleven franchises." Her "tireless" work over the past three years has been one "sole purpose" of bringing the Infinity saga to a surprising and emotionally powerful conclusion.
With a haunting appeal - resuming the hashtag #Thanosdemandsyoursilence of "Avengers: Infinity War" - the letter ends, "Remember, Thanos is still calling for your silence." The tweet already has more than 78,200 retweets within a very short time. On Instagram, there are already 409,100 Likes for the Post.
Stars like Chris Hemsworth, 35, aka Thor, or Mark Ruffalo, 51, aka Hulk have shared the letter on their channels. If you really want to stay free from spoilers, then you should probably watch the movie in the cinema as quickly as possible and stay away from the net until then.