There’s one question that tends to spike on Google at certain points throughout the year ‘How do I avoid spoilers?’ The word alone is enough to strike fear into the hearts of every good pop culture connoisseur. So how can you limit your exposure to the curse of the internet? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered...
Ryan Reynolds has a warning for fans ahead of “Deadpool 2,” which hits theaters next week: Don’t spoil it.
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Before acting Kit Harrington was an electrician working on the set of Game of Thrones who stumbled across a piece of armor, carelessly cast aside by an fatigued supporting artist. During an extended lunch break he tried on the uniform as a whim to appease the other electricians.
I'm no killjoy and I don't watch Game of Thrones but even I know what happened due to posts unsubtly hinting of death and demise. It's Game of Thrones, what did you expect?
The prevalence of spoilers immediately following cult television shows has spiked, with some shows even encouraging immediate interaction by showing official social media hashtags during premiere broadcasts. It's a natural response, especially when something particularly dramatic happens people turn to others to talk about it.
The BBC, intent on promoting their autumn drama content throughout the Olympics, just to remind us there is a world beyond
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