There are a lot of people who have said goodbye to their social media accounts. Because of the fear that they’ll witness a spoiler or some theory. As no one wants to spoil the amazement of not knowing anything. And, the biggest irony is that if Russo Brothers sit in front of a computer and call all the fans to come on Twitter. So, that they can reveal everything about the film. Then, I’m pretty sure that all the fans who were asking them the plot details will log out Twitter ASAP.
We shout for the details but we don’t want them in the end. And, it’s nothing more than a quiz challenge for the fans. In which they take part with wholeheartedly but don’t want to win. And, recently a poster has been released in which the trinity of the MCU reunited before the final battle against Thanos.
So, moving towards the buzz of this film then every day we see a lot of movie posters, footage, and TV spots making their way on the internet. And, a lot of them just a result of editing perfection and nothing more. But, we are this much passion for this film that even knowing that fact that we aren’t going to see any new footage we simply watch that till the end. And, this clearly justifies the passion in the hearts of fans for Avengers: Endgame. Well, recently the official Twitter account has posted an exclusive poster featuring the Avengers’ Trinity (Thor, Captain America, and Iron Man). That has simply brought back all the memories of the past.
The poster has been made by Chris Skinner and it is only the first poster from the series of 10 posters. As posters are going to release every day till the final day of the release. The poster is down below and you can have a look at it:
— The Avengers (@Avengers) April 16, 2019
So, what are your thoughts on this poster? Tell us in the comments section down below. And, don’t commit a sin by not watching Avengers: Endgame. As it is releasing on April 26th.
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