So many spoilers for things that are shocking can be spoiled in a short sentence.
From this topic I can already assume that one possibility is the identity of a certain character in a mask ends up being a character from the older films we haven't seen in trailers or promotional pics.
Sigh, wish I'd seen this thread before I hopped on BF today. Wasn't the profile image spoilers, but someone gave away a very major surprise in the film (I assume, not like I've verified) in chat before I could stop myself reading once I realized what it was.
I mean, I'm not going to get to see the film till Jan 1st with all my friends, but it would've been nice to at least last a few days before having shit spoiled.
It is actually pretty spoilerable. But I knew basically the entire movie before I went and found it enjoyable. I mean I understand people's aversions to spoilers, but it made my life so much easier once I stopped caring lol. The Internet makes it too hard for me to care anymore.
As douchey as it is that people are spoiling, I really wouldn't worry about it. I had the "big thing" spoiled for me before seeing it yesterday, but you can see it coming from a mile away and it's not the focus of the movie.
Take all the precautions you can, by all means, but don't sweat it. It's all about the journey. As someone extremely pessimistic that the new movies would come anywhere close to the originals, I was blown away. (they'll prob screw it up in a few years though)
I went to see the movie at the first showing in oakland last nite. I did not intend to see this movie when I woke up yesterday. I got a call from a friend who bought the ticket for his brother to go with him months ago. The brother posted a spoiler on his facebook, prompting my friend to deny him the ticket and offer it to me.
At first I didn't know what was going on and declined the offer due to having to get up early, but when I learned he was not speaking to his brother and why I said yeah fuck him lets go see a movie.
Yup. Plus the issue with spoilers isn't always that it gives away a death or reveals a character but you're left wondering "is this how ___?" "Is this when ___?" throughout the film. It makes it harder to enjoy because you have the spoiler in the back of your head reminding you whenever a character that dies is on screen that they might die now.