Ahead of the press screening, Marvel and Russo Brothers decided to promote their upcoming film Avengers: Endgame in the most interesting way when they screened 10 minutes of the film to a selected audience. Journalists who saw the footage instantly took to their social media to announce what they have seen in bits and pieces and this made the whole internet get flooded with questions and spoilers regarding the film.
Collider’s Steve Weintraub wrote, “Just saw about 10 minutes of Avengers: Endgame at Disney Studios. The first 5 minutes was what appeared to be the beginning of the movie and the second 5 minutes was what I had previously seen at CinemaCon. Not allowed to say anything specific but if I had to grade the footage A+.” On the other hand, i09’s Germain Lussier agreed and wrote, “We saw about 6-7 minute of Avengers Endgame. One part was the CinemaCon footage, another wasn’t, both left me dying to see more and with a million more questions. Some of which I can ask this weekend.”
Here's how twitterati is reacting to the spoilers-
On the Disney lot.— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) April 6, 2019
Dumbo is already out.
What could it be for? pic.twitter.com/ZsVQwyu8Pb
Just saw about 10 minutes of #avengersendgame at @DisneyStudios. The first 5 minutes was what appeared to be the beginning of the movie and the second 5 minutes was what I had previously seen at #CinemaCon. Not allowed to say anything specific but if I had to grade the footage A+ pic.twitter.com/tgSYMU1kKy— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) April 6, 2019
At this point I am starting to tthink that I'd rather go dark than to stumble upon any more new information.— Maurício Fagundes (@maufagundes47) April 6, 2019
Think god I was not there I don’t want to see nothing until I see the whole movie— jalisha tv shows reviews (@pinkyopink) April 6, 2019
Recently when Joe Russo visited India, he insisted on keeping the plot of the film secret and refused to answer any questions related to it. "We like to deconstruct things... That's our general disposition and it was interesting (to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe) because we came in at a point where we could start deconstructing the Marvel universe. We deconstructed the Captain America movie. We went a complete different direction from the first film with Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Then we deconstructed Captain America: Civil War by tearing them apart and then we deconstructed the whole universe by killing half of the superheroes in Avengers: Infinity War."
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