"Reminder that these are movies based on picture books about people in colorful costumes going POW! BAM! POP!" read one of the many tweets about the incident.
One of the most hyped movies of 2019 is Avengers Endgame and some fans are so excited they can’t help themselves from sharing, even though after the film’s directors repeatedly asked fans not to spoil “Avengers: Endgame”.
Recently, a photo has been making the rounds online, showing a bloody man who was beaten up for screaming out movie spoilers outside the cinema.
As per the reports, the man was shouting out spoilers of the film which irked the fans who had gathered outside Causeway Bay, Hong Kong hall. Taking the matter into their own hands the group brutally assaulted the man.
While this picture is going viral, there isn’t complete clarity on the authenticity of the incident. However, most local media are approving of the authenticity of the insane incident.
RUSSO BROTHER’S TWEET:
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) April 16, 2019
Earlier this month, the directors of Endgame Anthony and Joe Russo posted a plea on social media for people not to spoil the movie’s ending, out of respect for fans who won’t be able to watch it in theaters right away. Their statement read in part that, ‘because so many of you have invested your hearts, your time, and your souls into these stories, we’re once again asking for your help.” “Also remember, Thanos still demands your silence.”
Avengers Endgame holds a 96 percent approval rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes to date. Opened last week in China, two days before it did in the United States, “Avengers: Endgame” brought in a massive 329 million dollars over its five-day launch weekend in China, exceeding the 270 million dollars prediction by analysts. It’s the highest opening weekend in more than 40 overseas markets.