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Spoil Avengers: Endgame & Thanos Will Snap

Everyone involved in Avengers: Endgame is very serious about keeping the film’s secrets secret. How serious? Even the film’s stars weren’t quite sure how things were going to play out. Peter Parker himself, Tom Holland, was given a redacted script, detailing only certain elements of key scenes. Multiple endings were shot to throw off any would-be leakers. Even Marvel’s robust marketing campaign has gotten by on as little actual plot detail as possible. Yet all it takes is for one chatty Cathy or Chad to ruin the film’s many surprises. Enter Alamo Drafthouse and their fun pre-screening videos.

Alamo has released a new video reminding folks what will happen if you blab about the film after. You’ll be snapped, people. To dust. By Thanos.

Check out the video here.

We’ve reached the end game now, folks. Endgame opens tonight at midnight. The world premiere was a rousing success. (For a spoiler-free review roundup, click here.) All you need to do is make it a few more days—or hours for you superfans—without having the film spoiled. And then, in turn, you need to not spoil the film for others. Simple!

Marvel has done their level best to give us enough by way of narrative details without actually giving us much of a clue on how the gang will avenge their fallen comrades. Will the Avengers find Thanos thanks to a rare mistake by the Mad Titan? Will the fact that Captain Marvel’s powers are partly derived from the Space Stone give her the ability to take out the purple psychopath? What will happen to longtime stalwarts like Chris Evans’ Captain America, considering Evans is done with the role? Is Cap a goner? Is Tony Stark? These questions and more are what we all want to be answered by the actual movie, not by some loudmouth.

Avengers: Endgame opens wide—real wide—tonight at midnight.

Featured image: Theatrical poster. Courtesy Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios

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Bryan Abrams

Bryan Abrams is the Editor-in-chief of The Credits. He's run the site since its launch in 2012. He lives in New York.

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