Google Launches Thanos Easter Egg to Celebrate 'Avengers: Endgame'

Google the word 'Thanos' and see what happens.

Josh Brolin

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Josh Brolin

Avengers: Endgame finally hit theaters today, and to celebrate its arrival, Google has launched a special Easter egg. What's especially cool about the new Easter egg is that it's interactive, working on both desktop and mobile. Upon googling "Thanos," users are met with the gem-studded Infinity gauntlet next to all the usual stuff. When the gauntlet is clicked, it does pretty much what you'd expect if you've seen Infinity War.

The results slowly fade away, just like half of humanity did at the end of the 2018 blockbuster. Not only is the effect cool, but the search results number actually drops by half from over 90 million to 45 million.

y'all gotta google thanos #AvengersEndgame

— Jamie (@jamabeva) April 26, 2019

The Thanos Easter egg can be seen above, or simply search for "Thanos" on Google here.

As Marvel fans book out every theater across the world to catch the conclusion to Marvel's Infinity saga, Endgame has already broken a huge amount of records. It had the most viewed movie trailer on YouTube in 24 hours, and then it shattered previous pre-sale ticket records. The first day at the Chinese box office proved to be record-breaking, too, grossing $102 million on its April 23 opening day alone.

Needless to say, Endgame is expected to have an absolutely massive opening weekend at the box office, so good luck getting tickets. 

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