When it comes to Avengers: Endgame, everything was and is still under wraps. People are going out of their way to avoid spoilers, and punishing people who do ruin it.

The filmmakers itself even gave out fake scripts to cast members and lied to them about scenes to avoid spoilers getting out.

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One other thing they did was prohibit the cast members from taking photos or videos on their phones on set, incase of a leak. Well, apparently that didn’t stop Chris Pratt.

He shared a behind-the-scenes video of Avengers preparing for a battle against Thanos.

“I remember being blown away in this moment on the @avengers set,” he captioned the video on Instagram. “Nobody was allowed to film anything on their phones. I said screw it. No rule was going to stop me from seizing this once in a lifetime opportunity to capture this collection of stars, a group that likely will never be in the same room again. We are so blessed."

The video shows tons of our favorite characters together. It is a pretty amazing video, even though it’s very illegal.

It was definitely risky, but we’re glad he got the historic shot.

Avengers: Endgame officially had the biggest box office weekend in film history.

The latest Marvel film made an estimated $1.2 billion in the worldwide box office for its opening, according to Disney. It is the only film ever to cross the $1 billion mark for its debut.

It completely shattered records, with the previous film at the No. 1 spot being Avengers: Infinity War which made $640 million its opening weekend.

As far as domestic records go, the film came out on top as well. It made an estimated $350 million this weekend, passing Infinity War which made $258 million.

It was projected to make between $230 and $283 million domestically, which it far surpassed. Also, it had a worldwide projection of $800 million, which The Hollywood Reporter estimated it would surpass.

It is currently the second-highest rated MCU film on Rotten Tomatoes behind Black Panther.

Avengers: Endgame beat records on the first night of its debut, becoming the top domestic preview of all time after making $60 million on Thursday.

The film was honestly breaking records before it even came out. For one, it sold five times as many tickets as Infinity War during its first week of presales. This should come as no surprise with the demand of tickets being crazy enough for fans to spend upward of $15,000 for a pair.

Also, the film broke the record for Atom Tickets’ best-selling movie of all time in only 10 days.

The film is so big, it’s even caused some theaters to stay open 24-hours a day during its opening weekend to meet high demands. Those demands partly have to do with the fact that the film is long. It had a leaked runtime of more than three hours, which is pretty impressive considering there is some fake footage in the trailers to throw off potential spoilers.   

It was previously announced that Endgame would close out Phase 3 of the MCU. However, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige revealed he now has other plans.

Avengers: Endgame is monumental for so many ways. For one, it features the final cameo by Marvel legend Stan Lee, who passed away last year at age 95. Then, it was revealed that Marvel actually compiled all of Lee’s cameos and behind-the-scenes footage into a video, that they might release with the Endgame DVD.

In other news, Twitter users were recently granted tons of emojis of nearly all the characters in the film.

While you’re online playing with all the new MCU emojis, be careful to avoid possible spoilers as footage from the film is reportedly leaked and available online. Well, at least before you head to the theater and just finally see the film.

And if you have seen the movie, don’t ruin it for others. One man did that outside the theater which lead to him being beat up.

Avengers: Endgame is in theaters now. Check out one of the trailers below.

What do you think of Pratt sneaking his phone on set? Sound off in the comments below!

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