Avengers: Endgame is the biggest hit in all cinemas in the world right now. That goes without saying. Thus this movie’s content needs to be saved from spoilers, especially online spoilers (if you make memes about the content of the movie, you will potentially spoil the movie for people who have not seen it). The famous directors of the movie – the Russo brother – had to raise a war against spoilers of Avengers: Endgame.

Avengers Endgame Chinese Poster
Don't spoil the Endgame

However, this campaign against spoilers of the movie does not satisfy Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg. In fact, Pewdiepie is really disappointed with the campaign and he proposed another solution for the problem in the new episode of ‘Meme Review’ series.

After 11 years and 21 movies, Avengers: Endgame is the ending for 3 first phases of Marvel Cinematic Universe, and all Marvel fans want to have the best experience with the movie. The tension and hatred for spoilers of this movie are so great that the Russo brother had to post on their Twitter a whole letter to persuade the fans against spoiling the movie.

Pew is against the spoilers for Endgame too, but he does not agree with the campaign. Pew thinks that you can't tell people not to do a thing and then expect that they will not do it. Keep telling people not to do a thing will eventually make them do that

Instead, PewDiePie suggested a funny yet possible method to solve the problem: spread a lot of false information of the movie on the internet to confuse fans. By doing so, no fans will know exactly what will happen in the movie, no matter when they see the movie.