We’re now a little over a week until the release of Marvel’s highly anticipated blockbuster film Avengers: Endgame. The movie comes out on April 25th, and the whole world is waiting with bated breath to see this culmination of the first three phases of the Avengers films franchise, otherwise known as the Infinity Saga.
This week in particular there has been a ton of newly released content (some of it even leaked!). The Disney-run Twitter accounts of @Disney and @Marvel have been quite busy. With that in mind, instead of throwing a hundred different posts at you, I decided to do a roundup instead.
Here you will find all the latest and greatest (and even some unapproved) content that has come out in recent days regarding Avengers: Endgame. Some of this material is hot off the internet press, and some of it is so racy I won’t even link to it (I’ll let you do that “research” on your own…).
With all that said, take a look at the newest content released from the Marvel brand about the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Avengers: Endgame.
Exclusive Avengers: Endgame Emojis on Twitter
There are usually fun emojis that coincide with big releases or currently trending topics or even just big brands. Marvel announced brand new emojis to go along with the release of Avengers: Endgame. This new set is designed by 100% Soft.
We’re not just talking one that goes along with the #AvengersEndgame hashtag. No no. There are 40 of these emojis. You guessed it: it’s all the characters from the film, each one given its very own hashtag emoji (hashmoji?).
Check out all of them below. There’s an Avengers emoji for everyone!
Aren’t those just the best ever? As you may already know, Groot and Rocket Raccoon are my two favorite Marvel characters, so you can expect to see those two a lot on my Twitter account (@disfordisney_).
Also, there’s one little treat in there that’s not technically an Avenger, but we wouldn’t have the movies in their current form without him.
(HINT: Top-right corner of the GIF. Wearing the iconic Avengers hat.)
But seriously, use them. They are so much fun. Also, they probably won’t be around forever. So, hop on Twitter (follow me plz), and shout out your favorite Avengers character from the digital rooftops!
New Avengers: Endgame Posters Giveaways at IMAX
If you don’t have your tickets yet, GET ON IT! (Fandango affiliate link)
If you do have your tix and they happen to be to an IMAX theater at an AMC location, you can snag one of these limited edition mini-posters from Marvel.
There are 10 in all and 2 of them are already posted online for our viewing pleasure.
Pick up your favorite Avengers: Endgame mini-poster at the movies over the weekends of either April 25-28 or May 3-5. These great new mini-posters were designed by Matt Ferguson.
Alert: Spoilers on the Rise!
Last but not least, we have some spoiler news for Avengers: Endgame. Apparently, someone leaked footage of the film. I have personally not watched it, nor will I link to it here. Someone told me that it’s the opening of the film and that he knows what it shows.
Again, I’ve decided to steer clear of it. I’ve waited a full year for this movie, just like everybody else, and I want that opening night screening to have all the specialness and glory of the moment. Not to mention, the production team worked so hard on this film, and I want to honor their work by waiting for the movie to actually be released.
That’s me, personally, and I will definitely not judge anyone for choosing to take a peek. You won’t find those links here, but I’m told they’re out there in the great dark beyond of the internet.
I’m not seeking them out for the above reasons, but also because I don’t want anything else to be spoiled for me in the process. Consider that if you do go searching around.
An Open Letter to Fans
On that note, the Russo Brothers (the directors) released a public letter to fans via the @Disney Twitter account. They encourage everyone not to spoil the film. Spoilers are a bit of a soapbox for me personally, so I’m very glad that they did this.
The bigger the film, the more damaging the spoilers can ultimately be (just consider the later Harry Potter films and people shouting out endings in crowded multiplexes – what a nightmare). Also, the bigger the films, the more likely that spoilers become.
With that said, take a look at the Russo Bros.’ letter regarding the MCU and Avengers: Endgame below and give it a read:
What do you think? I thought it was well-written, short, and to the point. In other words: exactly what was needed. (Bonus: If you view this tweet on Twitter, you can also see that #DontSpoilTheEndgame also gets a Twitter hashtag emoji. Pretty cool stuff.)
Have a marvelous day!