Based on a couple of the comments in the warning thread, as well as some "recommended" Youtube thumbnails (thanks for that, Youtube!) I think I've got a pretty good idea of what the toy spoils. I kinda hope it's what I'm thinking of anyway, otherwise that means there's something else out there that I'll probably end up having spoiled before I can actually see it in the film for myself (which'll probably happen one way or another anyway).
And yeah, I agree with Jelly. I mean, I [img]kinda[/img] get why people want to find out as much new information about a cool thing they're looking forward to that's still months away, but still, at the end of the day I don't get why you would be ok with ruining the experience for yourself by going in knowing every single thing that's going to happen. Like he said, you only get to watch a movie unspoiled once, after that you can watch it as many times as you like knowing how everything is going to go, and its absolutely not the same experience.
Still, at least here people were good enough to make separate spoiler and non-spoiler threads to discuss this. I've been on some boards where it's just assumed that everyone wants to be spoiled 100% and that openly talking about spoilers months before release is something everyone is cool with, which pretty much means you're sol if you want to talk about it without having read every draft of the leaked scripts and all the latest test screening reports.
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on Sun Mar 17, 2019 3:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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