Mark Ruffalo ruined Avengers: Infinity War ending a year ago

She and the other surviving refugees managed to flee the ship on escape pods, Russo explained, filling in a vague plot point in the film. Fans are advised to at their own discretion.

By the end of the film, the Mad Titan got his hands on all six Infinity Stones. The final minutes of the film saw many beloved characters vanish into nothingness. As many left the theaters teary eyed with silent vehicle rides home, fans are wondering "what now?" There's not much more I can say here without jumping into spoiler territory, so read on only if you have seen Infinity War. Then, as if to scoff at our petty human concept of evil, he kills Loki, choking out the villain who'd always been a fan-favorite of this star-power-packed franchise.

Ruffalo has been known to be pretty loose when it comes to spoilers and the Oscar-nominated actor landed himself in hot water last October after accidentally live streaming the start of Thor: Ragnarok.

The film is still being referred to as Avengers 4, or Untitled Avengers Movie.

The movie was undoubtedly the culmination of the 10-year saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) which gave away a message to the fans that things would not be the same again.

One user says they "blame him for everything" and that they are "disappointed" in what he did.

It is really hard to discuss this movie without talking about spoilers, so I will keep this brief and to the point. It was absolutely gut-wrenching to watch him do just that with the snap of his Gauntlet's fingers.

However, Infinity War screenwriters Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus are warning MCU fans that Avengers 4 won't do what they're all expecting it to do.

The video is still up and running on the official "GMA" twitter page. For much of Avengers: Infinity War's press tour, Holland has been reeled in from spoiling anything by Benedict Cumberbatch, but he was helpless to stop it during a recent screening of the movie in Los Angeles.

They come at an incredibly high cost.

Disney is the distributor of 8 of the top 10 largest debuts in the United States of all time and Infinity Wars is number one on that list.