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You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the person who everyone is mad at online. Monday night, Kim Kardashian West became the latter. While watching Spider-Man: No Way Home — presumably for the second time — Kim decided she needed some content. So, she took a couple pictures of the movie screen and shared them to her Instagram story. That in itself is never a great idea, but it is a movie sin most of us have committed.
However, Kim didn’t just post a picture of the opening Spider-Man credits or an innocuous still of Tom Holland swinging Zendaya around like we’ve seen in the trailer. Oh, no. Instead, she shared pictures giving away one of the bigger spoilers in the back half of Spider-Man: No Way Home to her 273 million Instagram followers. Oopsy-daisy, Kimberly!
Now, if you’d like to know what Kim Kardashian West posted to her Instagram story, I must tell you it will give away part of Spider-Man: No Way Home. This is my ample warning that SPOILERS ARE AHEAD.
Per “Page Six,” she posted a picture of Tom Holland hugging former Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, giving away the much-assumed plot point that yes, the two actors reprise their roles in this newest Spider-Man movie. However, you couldn’t see Garfield or Maguire’s faces in the first picture she posted. So, she posted a second photo to her story where you can clearly see the two actors in their Spidey suits. But when has Kim Kardashian West ever been known for her subtlety?
After an onslaught of backlash, she quickly deleted both Instagram stories. Of course, she is still facing the residual wave of disappointment from those who were not expecting a major Marvel spoiler from the founder of SKIMS. Does it suck to have a movie unexpectedly spoiled for you? Sure.
Spoiler alert, Kim Kardashian!
Kardashian showcased a few pivotal moments from the highly anticipated sequel's climactic third act, prompting fans to express outrage for giving away spoilers to her 273 million Instagram followers. She has since deleted the posts.
"Thanks kim kardashian for ruining spiderman nwh," one person tweeted, as another said, "Why did @KimKardashian just post Spider-Man spoilers on her ig story like she don't got millions of followers."
"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------ spoiler on her ig," wrote another fan on Twitter. Someone else tweeted, "Now why did @KimKardashian ruin Spider-Man for me?!? What did I ever do to you??!!"
Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters on Dec. 17 and has since become the first movie in the pandemic era to reach $1 billion at the worldwide box office. On opening weekend, Kardashian and Pete Davidson spent time together in Staten Island, where they went to see the movie at a local movie theater.
The No Way Home cast participated in a video campaign urging fans not to spoil the movie's surprises for other fans after seeing the movie. Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon all say in the clip, "We just wanted to put out a little message asking that when you guys do see the movie, please don't spoil it for anyone."
The third installment in the Spider-Man franchise follows Peter Parker (Holland) after the world finds out his superhero identity. Wishing to return to the way things were before everyone knew he is Spider-Man, Peter enlists help from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to change the course of history.
However, things eventually go haywire when the two unintentionally break open the Multiverse and villains from alternate realities start coming after Peter.
Holland, 25, recently told PEOPLE about playing Peter Parker/Spider-Man over the years, saying, "I've loved every minute of it. I've been so grateful to Marvel and Sony for giving us the opportunity and keeping us on and allowing our characters to progress. It's been amazing."
"That's why for me," he continued, "I don't want to say goodbye to Spider-Man — but I feel like we might be ready to say goodbye to Spider-Man."
Spider-Man: No Way Home is now in theaters.