After the massive leak on the internet, directors Anthony and Joe Rosso wrote a letter asking not to spoil Avengers: Endgame to Marvel fans.

The creators of “Avengers: Endgame” found themselves in a difficult situation when a five-minute plot of the most anticipated films this year, apparently leaked through social media.

According to the media, the video contains a few important-looking scenes from the movie, although this certainly does not give a full picture of the film and the quality is very poor, and it has not got the whole MCU film experience either. Those who saw the video called it the containing “heavy spoiler”. There are already screenshots, short clips, GIFs, and detailed reviews about the events of the footage on social media networks.

The plot was kept a secret, even journalists and critics are not allowed to watch the film before it is released on April 26.

The Rosso brothers went on Twitter on Tuesday to share a similar message to Avengers’: Infinity War in 2018. On Tuesday afternoon, Marvel Studios published a letter written with the #DontSpoilTheEndgame hashtag and a generic letter from the directors of the film Anthony and Joe Russo and requested fans to remain silent about the plot.

On the Avengers: Infinity War premiere eve last year, the Russo brothers advised fans to stay away from social media if they wanted to avoid spoilers. They began their request by using #ThanosDemandsYourSilence hashtag, which is also referred to in their new message.

Endgame is going to wrap up more than 10 years of  Marvel Cinematic Universe stories starting from Iron Man in 2008. Avengers: Endgame represents the end of the story told across in 22  Marvel movies. The film marks the end of phase 3 of the MCU. Phase IV plans will be announced after the release of Spiderman: Far from Home.

Previously, Disney and Marvel released a new trailer of the Endgame. This trailer celebrates the journey so far and gives each character that has played an essential role in getting us where we are now so that fans can remember.

The sales of tickets at the beginning of the month exceeded the sales of 2015’s Star Wars: The Awakens Force which is a new record itself.

Want to see how the Avengers(the ones that are left) defeat Thanos and save the Earth again, or as Captain America says “Avenge it”?  The film, which brings together heroes from the comic book, the screening will start on 24 April in Australia and China, before arriving in the United States on April 25.