This past month brought the biggest movie of the year, Avengers: Endgame. This is the squeal to lasts years Avengers film, Infinity War. It was released in the UK on the 25th of April, one day after its release in the United States. 

Unfortunately this brought a wave of spoilers, present on all social media. Many people had to deactivate their account in order to prevent the film for being spoiled for them. However it was also prevalent in real life, especially in schools. The avengers Instagram account reacted to this with a post on the hashtag, #DontSpoilTheEndgame, and pushed for people to screenshot and share. 

Avengers weren't the only person who reacted to the spoilers, there are accounts of people getting seriously injured when they revealed the Endgame ending to their unsuspecting fellows. A man was reportedly beaten up outside a cinema in Hong Kong for loudly shouting out the Endgame spoilers to the people who were going to watch it.

The response was surprisingly was mixed. Many defended the man, saying that 'the violence was unnecessary' and 'no one should take a film that seriously'. Those who disagreed stated 'he go what he deserved' and 'he should've know how serious people were about the film'. On the one hand, a movie spoiler must be extremely annoying to those were just about to watch it. It defies the whole point! However it should've never resulted in such an extreme use of violence.

Due to the fact that this is the last film of the franchise, spanning eleven years, The Russo Brothers were devastated when they found out about people spoiling their movie. They said, 'To the greatest fans in the world, this is it. This is the end. 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'.

The movie was highly rated. A 9/10 from IMDb and a 95% from Rotten Tomatoes, who gave their previous movie Avengers: Infinity War a 8.5/10 and 85% respectively. Multiple critics recommended that despite seeing the spoilers, it was a 'must see event for all moviegoers'.