'Avengers: Endgame' movie leaked: Fans mute keywords to stay away from spoilers as pirates play party poopers

The fear of spoilers has taken over Twitter, understandably, making #DontSpoilTheEndgame a cry of protest. The Russo Brothers themselves are promoting the hashtag, while Twitterati is muting keywords from the film to stay away from spoilers. 


                            'Avengers: Endgame' movie leaked: Fans mute keywords to stay away from spoilers as pirates play party poopers

'Avengers: Endgame' has been reportedly leaked ahead of its US release this Friday. A pirated version of the Marvel film is said to be circulating on the internet after being recorded in a Chinese movie theatre. The film released in China yesterday, April 24.  According to Deadline, the movie has already earned a massive $107 million on its first day in China plus another $28.1 million from midnight screenings. 



 

According to TorrentFreak, the 3-hour long film was shared on BitTorrent between 4 p.m and 5 p.m local time. "Within minutes of the initial seed appearing, dozens of exclusively China-located users began sharing a 1.2GB torrent of the movie. There are also other variants, around the 2GB mark. We are currently unable to confirm the quality of those releases," the site reported. However, the quality, as reported isn't great. 

The fear of spoilers has taken over Twitter, understandably, making #DontSpoilTheEndgame a cry of protest. The Russo Brothers themselves are promoting the hashtag, while Twitterati is muting keywords from the film to stay away from spoilers. 



 

The final chapter in the Avengers franchise is a film that’s being billed as the conclusion of all 22 films to have been released as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2008. While the initial prediction was that the movie could deliver an opening weekend between $250 and $280 million, the number now is expected to touch $300 million. 'Endgame' marks the final chapter of the Infinity Saga which began with 'Iron Man' (2008).  'Infinity War' made the biggest debut in China last year with a $191 million haul during the three-day opening weekend and totaled up to $360 million at the China box office, making it the 11th highest grossing film of all time in the Middle Kingdom.