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Teachers Are Threatening to Spoil 'Avengers: Endgame' If Students Misbehave


Avengers: Endgame has shattered box office records, earning over $1.6 billion in revenue from theaters both foreign and domestic. The craziest part about that figure is that it's only been out for a week, and will probably push well over the $2.6 billion mark by the end of its theatrical run.

You'd figure with those numbers, pretty much everyone's seen it already.

OK so math is clearly not my forte, but I'd imagine most people who see movies in theaters have seen it already, but that isn't the case. For one, I haven't seen it yet, because I haven't had a chance to watch it with my wife. If I went without her, she wouldn't be my wife anymore, and I'd very much like to stay married.

It's kind of difficult for me to avoid spoilers around the film entirely, however, due to the fact that I work in media.

While bits of the film have been spoiled for me here and there, it doesn't bother me too much because I'm more of a "how are they gonna pull it off" kind of guy rather than someone who cares about plot too much.

But I realize the majority of people who watch movies and TV shows don't want them spoiled, which is why these teachers are winning in the classroom thanks to Marvel Studios.