Yes you read that right. A man was reportedly left bloodied outside a cinema hall in Hong Kong after shouting out spoilers to the public.
As of late, a man was purportedly pounded outside a movie hall after boisterously uncovering the plot of the new Avengers film to the lining fans who hadn't quite seen it yet. As indicated by Taiwanese media, the man was left bloodied outside the theatre in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, subsequent to watching the film.
A photograph of the man has circulated online, as indicated by AsiaOne, and shows him sitting down on a blood-spattered pavement. Various fans who were anxiously waiting to see the new film were said to have been angry, as the man yelled out spoilers of the final Avengers film.
The film is the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War and is the zenith of 21 feature movies and 11 years of production. The Russo Brothers, who directed the film, composed an open letter to fans to deflect them from spoiling the plot to other movie fanatics.
In a post on Twitter they stated, "To the greatest fans in the world, this is it. This is the end. The end of an unprecedented narrative mosaic spanning eleven years and eleven franchises. When you see Endgame in the coming weeks, please don't spoil it for others, the same way you wouldn't want it spoiled for you."
"Remember, Thanos still demands your silence. As always, good luck and happy viewing," the post added. The pair signed off the letter with a hashtag at the bottom reading - #DontSpoilTheEndgame.
After only five minutes of the movie being leaked online, the directors thought the time had come to talk directly to their fans. They used the fictional supervillain Thanos with an end goal to stop any further spoilers being discharged.
Naturally, spoilers were expected to be an issue for "Endgame," and as you can see, they were. A couple of scenes released online on April 16, led Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige to state, "I wasn’t pleased. It’s not cool. It’s not fun."
"But the response was what I expected, which was everybody turning it off, dismissing it, 'Don’t watch it, don’t spoil it for anybody else,'" he added. More in "Avengers" news, NFL star LeSean McCoy went on to uncover a noteworthy detail (which shan't be referenced here) to his 730,000 Twitter supporters on Friday. As you may imagine, this wasn't received well by his fans.
The film has been breaking industry records since Thursday night and has earned more than $1 billion around the world, implying that in the days and weeks to come, there will be literally no one left to ruin the movie for!