Marvel Studios has begun its promotion for Avengers: Endgame, revealing the film’s title along with the first trailer. But Disney and Marvel are already facing their first hurdle in the promotions of the film, and they have Deadpool to blame.

The domain name AvengersEndgame.com has been purchased, which takes redirects you to the homepage for Once Upon A Deadpool.

Twitter User @AGuyInChair claimed to own the domain AvengersEndgame.com and is looking to unload it in exchange for an invite to the premiere.

The domain was purchased by a mysterious owner on April 27 this year, the same day as the release of Infinity War so its possible that the owner watched Infinity War the first day and then guessed the name based on the dialogues. Avengers: Endgame was the earliest prediction for the title, and these seem like the most believable sequence of events.

That person may be waiting for a phone call from Disney in hopes of receiving a huge payday, but sadly their identity is kept anonymous. Meanwhile, he’s taking the advantage of buzz for Avengers: Endgame and directing it towards Once Upon A Deadpool.

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