The long-awaited conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is upon us. Avengers: Endgame is about to/has hit theatres, depending on where you’re living. It truly is the end of an era, as more than a decade of storytelling reaches its climax.
Avengers: Endgame is perhaps the single most important cinematic landmark in recent history. And it is great to see Marvel and Google throwing out some compact but fun details to lead up to the big deal.
Go to google and search Thanos. A small infinity gauntlet icon can be noticed beside the usual webpage.
Click on it, and the page randomly scrolls down to different weblinks and snappily(kek) eradicates them.
Small easter eggs like this go a long way for hyping the monumental occasion. Sure, trailers and teasers have their place and have honestly taken on a lot more importance than they used to due in no small part to Marvel.
But you can’t help but wonder if this is the future of marketing. Little things like these go to show the effort and enthusiasm those in charge have put into the project. It has its way of speaking to the fans, and like any conversation, the fans feel inclined to reply.
We have waited long for the culmination of the Avengers plotline. And the Thanos gauntlet trick shows that the people involved with the project are just as excited as we are. Now if only the figured out a way to eradicate the spoiler people.
Marvel’s Avengers Endgame launches in theatres on 26th April. We are sure you have gone through much to acquire tickets. So go earn your stay. And for those of you who haven’t gotten tickets yet, we feel you.