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. The author of this post is Hank Berrien
On Monday night, celebrity icon Kim Kardashian decided to watch the smash hit film "Spider-Man: No Way Home"
in her Hidden Hills home theater, but posted photos of the screen for her 273 million followers, thus apparently spoiling the climax of the film for those fans who had not yet seen the film, and some others who happened to drop in on her Instagram site, leaving them tremendously peeved, as TMZ reported.
Some examples that were posted on social media:
I don't even f***ing follow Kim kardashian and the one moment I decide to watch her stories on instagram she post literally THEE whole spoiler of spider man. I've never hated someone so much."
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!
I've muted everything Spider-Man related on all my socials to avoid spoilers since I'm watching it tomorrow .... Just for Kim Kardashian to post a whole f***ing spoiler on her ig.
I'm so livid right now!! Absolutely enraged!
Of all f***ing people, @KimKardashian just spoiled #SpiderManNoWayHome @SpiderManMovie for me! I follow her on IG for the morbid curiosity and that bit me in the a**! Was waiting until it was streaming cause of Covid. I'm so mad right now! @MarvelStudios.
Kim Kardashian just spoilt Spider-man for me I'm watching it tomorrow... been so good avoiding spoilers till that ig story.
I went all this time without Spider-Man spoilers JUST to have Kim Kardashian ruin it for me in her insta story.
The day before Christmas, The Daily Wire noted, "The newest 'Spider-Man' installment out-earned predictions, raking in $260 million in the first weekend alone. Add that to overseas sales and the film has grossed an incredible $680 million worldwide with no signs of slowing down."
Spider-Man: No Way Home" passed $1 billionin global box office sales on Sunday, only 12 days after it opened, becoming the first movie to surpass the $1 billion mark since the latest Star Wars film 'The Rise of Skywalker' was released in December 2019.
"With Covid-impacted domestic earnings and China's growing disinterest in Hollywood flicks, there was cause to wonder if Rise of Skywalker would be Hollywood's last $1 billion grosser at least until Avatar 2. That Spider-Man: No Way Home has zoomed past the milestone in just over two weeks without China is the very definition of hope,"
"It's impressive that 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' managed to blow past $1 billion in ticket sales worldwide given the rapidly spreading omicron variant of COVID-19. But, so far, coronavirus concerns have done little to slow Peter Parker's prowess; the film is still playing to many sold-out screenings nationwide,"
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