The Avengers: Endgame directors urged fans Tuesday not to disclose the plot's details after they reported that some scenes were discovered online.
In an open letter published on Twitter under the label "#DontSpoilTheEndgame", Joe and Anthony Rousseau said that they and the vast majority of actors in the upcoming "Marvel" superhero movie "worked tirelessly for the past three years with the sole purpose of bringing a surprising and emotionally powerful conclusion "in the saga.
"When you see Endgame in the coming weeks, please do not destroy it for others, in the same way that you would not want it to be destroyed for you."
"Avengers: Endgame" by Walt Disney Co marks the conclusion of a story narrated through 22 films of Marvel. The plot is kept secret, without an overview of the press. The anticipated ticket sales exceeded this month before exceeding those of the movie "Star Wars: The Force Is Waking" by 2015.
The film, which collects more characters from comics, opens on April 24 in Australia and China before arriving in the United States on April 25.
Some fans said on Tuesday they saw short scenes on Reddit, YouTube and other platforms, but the images were quickly removed. Reuters did not see the scenes filtered and Disney refused to comment.
The #DontSpoilTheEndgame theme was underway on Twitter on Tuesday. Some fans, who said they saw leaks, said they only increase the desire to see the film.
Chris Smith, an associate at the BGR.com news and entertainment news website, wrote that he saw leakage coming out, but that he "does not reveal the end" of the movie, although it contains scenes that have not been shown in any of the advances. nor official scenes are spreading up to now.