Kim Kardashian suffers from massive backlash after posting ‘Spider-Man’ spoiler

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian sparked online rage after giving her followers with Spider-Man spoilers.

Kim Kardashian became one of the millions of moviegoers who have already seen Spider-Man: No Way Home on the big screen since its release on December 13. The new Marvel film got bombarded with rumors that it grew into one of the company’s most-spoiled flicks.

While most fans still have not seen the film due to COVID-19 restrictions and late premieres, Kim got the chance to watch it already.

On Monday, she finally watched the flick from what appeared to be her home theater. She also shared several pictures from the film on her Instagram account – showing the biggest surprise Marvel Studios prepared for their fans.

Page Six then reported that Kim quickly realized her mistake and took down her post immediately.

Unfortunately, the image already reached several Marvel fans and enraged them wholly, especially since they have not watched the film yet.

One said, “I thought the SpiderMan ending would get ruined from ALOT of places on social media for me, but never in @KimKardashian‘s insta stories. Nothing says privilege like getting a movie in your own private theatre and spoiling it for those of us who are trying to stay home and safe.”

“kim kardashian posting a massive spider-man spoiler on her ig story last night was probably someone’s villain origin story lmfao,” another added.

Spider-Man has good news

Despite Kim’s online blunder, Spider-Man: No Way Home successfully crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Variety, the film became the first pandemic-era movie to garner a billion at the global box office. Spider-Man: No Way Home reached the record in just 12 days, tying with Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the third-fastest film to reach the benchmark. It follows Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame on the list, smashing the number in 11 and five days, respectively.

Universal’s president of domestic distribution, Jim Orr said that the recent milestone proved that family audiences started coming out of their homes already to watch the sequel.

“Right now, if you’re under 35 and going to the movies, your first choice is ‘Spider-Man,’ and your second choice is seeing ‘Spider-Man’ again. You can watch ‘The Matrix’ later with someone who has HBO. That’s how it is when a single movie is dominating the market the way ‘Spider-Man’ is,” David A. Gross, head of Franchise Entertainment Research, said.

Featured image courtesy of Netflix/YouTube Screenshot

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