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The reviews for Avengers: Endgame—the final installment in a decade-long run of Marvel films—have already landed. The movie itself hits thousands of theaters Thursday night. All of which means that the internet is about to become a very treacherous place for anyone who doesn't want to know the ending before they've seen it for themselves. Fortunately, ridding the internet of spoilers is a snap.
Let's assume you already know the obvious ways to keep Endgame unspoiled: Don't read any reviews, even the ones marked as spoiler-free. Don't read any comments. Tell the group chat to quarantine their Thanos takes. Again, these may seem obvious, but given that you've waited 10 years for this moment, it's worth taking extra precautions.
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Remember, too, that these tips apply to anything you want to remain fresh, whether it's Avengers or Westworld or Game of Thrones or Season 2 of Pretty Little Liars. It's the next-best thing to getting off the internet entirely.
Twitter contains a multitude of horrors. Tentpole spoilers rank low on the list. Still, it's where a good number of people—WIRED readers particularly—might be mostly likely to encounter Avengers: Endgame plot details from some squawky socializer. For that, you've got the Mute function.
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As the name implies, Twitter's Mute option lets you banish any tweets that mention the words, hashtags, or names you specify. To use it in a browser, click on your avatar in the upper-right corner, then Settings and privacy. From there, go to Muted words, click Add, and start entering Endgame-related phrases one at a time. (My personal list currently includes: "Avengers," "Endgame," "Thanos," "Marvel," "#AvengersEndgame," and "quantum," in case the quantum realm plays a major role in the denouement. I suspect it's not enough, but it's a start.) Conveniently, you can also set a timer for how long you want to mute...
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