'DEADPOOL' HAS STOLEN THE 'AVENGERS: ENDGAME' WEBSITE

Since the internet became a thing, movie studios began registering websites to promote their films. In addition to viewing trailers, fans can often buy tickets, merchandise, or play games through a specific movies website. When it comes to movies in the MCU, all websites are an extension of Marvel.com, and each movie does not have its own specific website. However, that didn’t stop someone from hijacking the domain name for Avengers: Endga...

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