If you haven’t seen Avengers: Endgame yet, crawl out of your cave quickly and go catch it this weekend. If you’re one of those people who wanted to wait until the crowd dies down and watch it after it has been out in cinemas for three to four weeks, you might wanna rethink your strategy. Directors of the highly anticipated Avengers: Endgame, Joe and Anthony Russo have made it clear that from this coming Monday onwards, Thanos will not be demanding our silence anymore.
The Russo Brothers made an appearance on Good Morning America and officially declared that it will be acceptable to openly discuss the plot of Endgame, albeit on social media or the local mamak stall after the second weekend. When asked when it’s okay to talk about the film in detail, here’s what Joe Russo had to say:
“Part of why we make these movies is for conversation. So, I think it’s Monday. Give it two weekends; not everybody can make it the first weekend, but I think if you haven’t seen it yet, you should go out and see it because by Monday people are going to be talking about it.”
Check out the video along with the Russo Brothers’ tweet below:
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) May 2, 2019
Just a short note:
Do not mistake the spoiler ban lift as a free pass to be an inconsiderate prick. Starting from Monday, we should all feel free to post Endgame spoilers on our social media platforms without feeling guilty. Tweet about it, post it up on Facebook and have an open discussion with your friends and followers. But do not randomly invade people’s posts and spoil the twists and turns. Do not go on YouTube channels discussing Maggi Goreng and reveal who lived and who died in Endgame.
Avengers: Endgame is currently playing in local cinemas.