Joe & Anthony Russo, directors of the upcoming Avengers:Infinity War, the most anticipated blockbuster film of 2018, have shared a letter for fans asking them to not spoil the film for others. Thanos is supposed to be the most terrifying villain we've seen in the MCU, with a history of abuse and exploitation and now a mission to destroy the Earth and everyone on it if they get between him and his precious Infinity Stones.
The level of secrecy is a clear indicator that something bad is going to happen by the time we see the end of Avengers: Infinity War. In addition to very few preview screenings, the film is also getting released in U.S.at the same time as the U.K. It was originally scheduled to open in many overseas markets on April 27 while the US would have to wait until May 4.
We will not screen the film in its entirety until the Los Angeles premiere shortly before the film's global release. The Russos, who've already been out on massive press tours for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, know this, and they're taking steps to make sure the film's promotional juggernaut doesn't end up steamrolling fans along the way.
"Everyone involved with the film has worked incredibly hard the past two years maintaining the highest level of secrecy", the letter reads. Which only means one thing: we're about to enter spoiler season.
Hopefully Holland and Marvel fans as a whole can do the Russo Brothers proud and resist the urge to let any spoilers spill on social media. In other Infinity War news, here's a collection of television spots with new Iron Man footage.
Back in May 2016, the Russo Brothers retracted the working title for the fourth Avengers movie, then known as Infinity WarPart 2.
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