- Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War,” posted a letter to fans on Twitter Tuesday urging them to keep the film’s story a secret when they see it.
- They said “only a handful of people know the film’s true plot.”
- Fans are freaking out about it.
Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War,” posted a cryptic letter to fans on Twitter Tuesday asking them to not spoil the film’s story once they see it, and revealing that “only a handful of people know the film’s true plot.”
The letter, tweeted with the hashtag “#ThanosDemandsYourSilence,” urges fans to not post spoilers so “all fans can have an equal experience when they watch it for the first time.”
— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) April 3, 2018
The letter, especially that tidbit about the film’s plot, implies there are some major twists in store for audiences – and people on the internet reacted accordingly:
Dude…. this is getting real I’m so scared pic.twitter.com/1G7Rd7n7Gj
— mariah???? (@nileyRawr) April 3, 2018
This movie is going to be insane if they're going through all this secrecy
— Edwin Castro (@ecastro77) April 3, 2018
IT'LL NEVER BE READY pic.twitter.com/eXO3OJeH8q
— (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (@Danish_Mermaid_) April 3, 2018
WOW ITS ACTUALLY HAPPENING pic.twitter.com/1x1ALq1aIJ
— ale (@HisDuckling) April 3, 2018
we dead!!! pic.twitter.com/LCePi8uLFF
— $udip Sarkar (@sudipsaint) April 3, 2018
— angie || -24 (@angievjs) April 3, 2018
There has been speculation that some fan favorite characters may not be safe in “Infinity War,” which is potentially why the directors want to keep the story such a secret. Based on some Marvel comics storylines, it’s likely some characters could die.
Captain America, for instance, died following the comic version of “Civil War,” and actor Chris Evans has implied that he is ready to retire from the character.
Fans will be able to find out the film’s true plot – and the reason for the secrecy – when it hits theaters on April 27.
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