Russo Brothers Ask Fans To Not Spoil ‘Avengers: Infinity Wars’

According to the directors, only a few people know the film's true plot.

"Avengers: Infinity Wars" (Imdb)
"Avengers: Infinity Wars" (Imdb)

Please don’t be a hero and don’t spoil the plot of Avengers: Infinity Wars. 

That’s the plea from directors Anthony and Joe Russo, who are imploring fans who see the film first to not let the secrets of the Marvel film to get past the theater doors once they see it. The Russo brothers shared a letter, supposedly from the movie’s main villain, Thanos, on Tuesday, saying that there would be no screenings until after the upcoming Los Angeles premiere.

Press will be able to watch sections of the film and then select screenings will take place after the premiere.

“Everyone involved with the film has worked incredibly hard the past two years maintaining the highest level of secrecy,” the letter reads, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Only a handful of people know the film’s true plot.”

Fans have been waiting for the third Avengers film for two years. It promises to be the biggest Marvel film to date and brings together all the characters from the cinematic universe. Fans have been dissecting every trailer, trying to find any clues to what the plots holds. The potential for spoilers is so big that the title for 2019’s Avengers 4 is not going to be released because it also contains a spoiler. Avengers: Infinity Wars hits theaters April 27.

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