Google Gets In On 'Avengers: Endgame' Fun With Creative Easter Egg

In North America, the Marvel movie is projected to open between $270 million-$300 million.
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Thanos played by Josh Brolin.

Even Google has gotten into the Avengers: Endgame hype. 

When users of the popular search engine enter Thanos, an Easter egg for the recently released Marvel film appears.

Step one: just search "Thanos." Once there, the gauntlet of the mad titan will appear on the right-hand corner of the screen.

Step two: Click the gauntlet and see what happens. Be patient.

The highly anticipated Marvel movie opened in the U.S. Thursday night.

Overseas, the film already crossed the $200 million mark in the Middle Kingdom early Friday evening Beijing time.

Endgame was released in China on Wednesday. It bowed to $107.2 million, smashing the all-time single-day record previously held by local tentpole Monster Hunt 2 (2019) at $85 million.

In North America, the movie is projected to open between $270 million-$300 million.

Endgame was directed by the Russo brothers, who shot the movie back-to-back with last year's Infinity War.