Avengers Directors Have A Warning For Anyone Seeing Infinity War

Avengers Directors Have A Warning For Anyone Seeing Infinity War

"The fact that the Russo Brothers won't give us the Avengers 4 title because it spoils Infinity War scares the shit outta me", they said. Let us know down in the comments section below! "Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment - the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain".

So far the only major pieces of official news regarding Avengers 4 is that Brie Larson will reprise Carol Danvers following her debut in Captain Marvel a few months earlier, and this movie will likely be the last time that we see Chris Evans play Steve Rogers. I'm not saying they'll sic Thanos on you, but they sound pretty serious. Of course, this should kick off a ton of speculation about what that true plot is.

Spider-Man can do a lot of things, but keeping secrets might not be his strong suit - at least it isn't for Peter Parker actor Tom Holland. It requests that fans who see the film "don't spoil it for others, the same way you wouldn't want it spoiled for you".

The letter had fans on Twitter, understandably, freaking out just like us. In a letter penned to "the greatest fans in the world," sibling filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo have formally asked audiences to keep any spoilers about the film to themselves. That will be the main thrust of Infinity War, of course, and with the marketing campaign clicking into its very final gears (as the nearly daily TV spots begin revealing more than most fans will even want to see) it's starting to feel like we might know most of the film's events. Avengers: Infinity War, however, poses its own challenge.

The directors go on to say that they will not screen the entire film until it's Los Angeles premiere (hmmm) and only a handful of people know the full story (obviously!).

There is always the looming threat of spoilers surfacing on the internet, particularly in the case of Avengers: Infinity War - a highly anticipated release that has been in the making for almost ten years.

Good luck and happy viewing.