Here's how to trigger a secret Avengers Easter egg by searching 'Thanos'

Ruben Fields
April 27, 2019

Avengers: Endgame doesn't have a post-credits scene like traditional Marvel films but there is still a treat in store for fans.

Avengers: Endgame has released today.

All of a sudden, half of the search results on the page will disappear, much like numerous heroes in 2018's "Avengers: Infinity War".

Fans were left emotionally devastated after Avengers: Infinity War, watching the villain Thanos leave the universe in ruins.

As you'd kinda expect, it erases half of the searches from the page, even whittling the 90,700,000 results down to 45,350,000.

As discovered on Reddit, all you have to do is google Thanos and right next to the supervillain's name is a mini version of the Infinity Gauntlet. Seriously, go watch that, it's good. So, to see him older now and "reunited" with Tony in the worst possible fashion-and watching as those closest to him mourned him-hurt more than I can express in words. Endgame also soared way past the $39 million that Avengers: Infinity War took in on its Thursday night opening in 2018.

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The addition of the Infinity Gauntlet into Google searchers coincides with the release of the "Avengers" newest and supposedly the last "Avengers" installment, the aptly named, 'Endgame, ' which comes out on April 26. Below you'll find a list of every Easter egg, reference, and callback scattered throughout the movie to feed your MCU addiction.

Google has hopped on the Avengers: Endgame hype train by offering a pretty cool Easter egg involving Thanos, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's mad titan. Make sure your sound is switched on.

To reverse it, you can click the gauntlet again to trigger the Time Stone and return your Google searches to normal.

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Critics have hailed the three-hour move as a triumph. Why don't you read our spoiler-free review while you wait in anticipation for the movie that you'll probably be watching this weekend.

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