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Google Has The Best ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Easter Egg, And All You Have To Do Is Search One Specific Character

This is by far the coolest Easter Egg we've ever seen!

Avengers: Endgame hit theaters for advanced screenings on Thursday night, and let us tell you, the theaters were packed. As the most anticipated film of the year and the most highly anticipated Marvel movie ever, the marketing for this film is endless. And it just got better.

It looks like even Google loves Marvel as much as we do, because they currently have an Infinity War/Endgame inspired Easter Egg! All you have to do is Google search Thanos. Don’t worry, you won’t find any spoilers there! But when you Google his name, you’ll find a little emoji of his Infinity Gauntlet next to his name. See below.

Click on it. Seriously, right now, before you continue reading this article. Watch in awe at what unfolds.

Yes, that just happened! Clicking on the magical gauntlet triggers the dreaded Snap to occur. And just like that, half of the search results vanish before your eyes, turning to dust. Not only that, but when you return to the top of the search page, you’ll see the number of search results quickly dwindle down to half of what they were! We’ve even tried this a few times, and the victims of the Snap are different every time! But don’t worry! If you want to see those results return, all you have to do is click on the gauntlet again and all is restored! This is the most epic Easter Egg we’ve ever seen.

Avengers: Endgame Is In Theaters Now.

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