AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Directors Urge Fans Not to Spoil the Movie


That's right! The movie has a secret plot! Avengers: Infinity War is one big mystery, and the directors intend to keep it that way.

Twitter, brace yourself this summer as Marvel fans will be freaking out on the platform from the release of Infinity War until they get the title of Avengers 4. Well, secrecy surrounding Marvel films is nothing new, but the Russos want to make it clear that they mean business this time, to the point that even the people who helped make Infinity War might not even know the whole story. Recently, a Reddit user shared a screenshot of his text conversation with his girlfriend who suggested that they should skip going to senior prom and instead plan to watch the world premiere of Avengers: Infinity War. We will see some emotional things and a lot of permanent deaths but until then all we have are the trailers and stills that grace our internet pages. You can also see some new billboard art in the gallery, as well as a fresh new spoiler warning for the film itself from the Russo Brothers! "This letter was originally addressed to me", Holland tweeted, complete with a crying-with-laughter emoji.

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The 21-year-old actor is known for dropping a spoiler or two in interviews (lol)! It's unclear whether that statement is true or just a little white lie to manufacture another layer of secrecy to shroud Avengers: Infinity War, but it's interesting nonetheless. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe. It was directed by Joe and Anthony Russo from a script by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. Louis D'Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo and Stan Lee are the executive producers. This is highly unusual as most Marvel movies are screened in their entirety for press about a month before they hit theaters-even the previous two Avengers movies did this.