Top 10 Ways to Avoid Movie SpoilersThese might seem obvious and won't guarantee that you wouldn't get spoilers, but even so, these might lessen the chance of getting spoilers and might lessen the spoilers you'll receive. Just accept the fact that spoilers can't be prevented.
It is a real chore to watch a movie on the first day, especially a movie where you have to worry about being spoiled, long lines, cramped theaters, and having to buy tickets online a week before the movie comes out in order to ensure you get a ticket.
When you watch Endgame on opening night so you don't have to worry about avoiding spoilers: it's a simple spell but quite unbreakable.
This one is super obvious, unless you don't have the time to watch it or all the tickets are sold for that day.
Good luck with that if it's a popular movie like Endgame, for example.
This one is obvious. If you don't want to stay away from the internet but you still don't want spoilers, then just avoid googling the movie.
Just turn off your internet, aka cut off your oxygen supply, until you see the movie.
Especially on social media. That is your main concern. You're usually safe searching for the movie through Google, Yahoo, or other search engine sites. The main concern is memes related to the movie, like what happened with Infinity War.
A lot of people love to give out major spoilers on the internet.
That's your safest bet.
If you don't have annoying friends who like talking about movies a lot and thus spoil them, you're guaranteed to avoid spoilers. Also, if you're not one of those who can't live without social media, you're good, but if you're addicted to social media, you're pretty much screwed.
Don't talk to friends whom you know are really excited about that movie until you have watched it. If you're going to school, this is going to become really hard, and all I can say is good luck.
Sometimes, even when you aren't watching a video related to the film whatsoever, there's still a chance of people commenting spoilers about the film on the video you're watching.
It is usually a good idea to avoid the YouTube comment sections anyway. They can get really toxic, though comments on trailers can be very amusing.
This is a good idea because when I look at the comment section of Fortnite videos that I watch, people comment spoilers for Endgame. Luckily for me, I never watch movies.
This is just number one, reworded.
There's always a chance that someone could post spoilers in a post or comment without any prior context, so it's best to stay off social media if you care about spoilers.
There would be plenty of spoilers in there.
You can usually tell if a YouTube video will spoil a movie. For example, if the video says a movie's ending is explained, you should know not to watch it. Or if it is a review from a random person who isn't a movie review channel, there is usually going to be a spoiler.
Some people complain that they got spoiled, even though it's a no-brainer that watching a video about a film you plan to watch would obviously give out spoilers.
The recommended section killed me a day before I saw Endgame.
Especially when you're near a person who loves to give out spoilers.
How do you know a spoiler is fake if you don't know any spoilers?
Even though it claims to be "spoiler-free," it still might include them.
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