The hype for Avengers: Endgame is so huge all around the world now. The hype for this movie has been shown in all movie theaters and booking websites in the world. This movie has taken down booking websites in China (those websites are designed for the most crowded countries in the world and experts promised that they would never be taken down). Moreover, this movie has also gathered 1 million tickets sold in just one day of booking.

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Everyone wants to have a ticket of Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame has been waited by all Marvel’s fan in the world right after Avengers: Infinity War ended. Avengers: Infinity War finished where Thanos has successfully gathered all the six infinity stones and wiped out half of the living creatures in the universe with a snap of fingers. There have been many memes and references about this historical snap of Thanos, but Google has decided to take things to a whole new level.

Right before Avengers: Endgame is officially shown all over the world, Google has secretly added an excellence feature into its search engine. Now, if you go to and search for Thanos, you can easy triggered this feature by clicking into the Infinity Gauntlet icon in the right.

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The Infinity Gauntlet that will trigger the feature

By clicking into the Gauntlet, your search result will be fading away into dust just like the way characters in Avengers: Infinity War died after Thanos snapped his fingers in the movie.

Search results fading away

But that is not everything Google offers in this new “meme” of its. After the search results got faded away into dust, the total number search results (which show in the top of the page) will be down exactly half.

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Your search page after half of the search results have been wiped out

This may be a part of the marketing campaign for Avengers: Endgame. In the past, we have seen how successful marketing campaigns for Marvel’s movies were. Nevertheless, let’s open Google and feel the power of the snap that wiped out half of the population in the universe.