A German Burger King ad has allegedly spoiled the ending of the upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker film.
The ad posted to the Star Wars Leaks subreddit, shows Star Wars fans faced with a dilemma. They have to choose between eating a Burger King meal and receiving spoilers for the film, or not eating Burger King and not getting spoilers.
Most fans appear to choose spoilers. In fact, the typical Burger King meals are replaced with the spoilers.
The ad is available on Burger King’s Facebook page as well.
The ad is also on their YouTube channel.
They also have a safe version.
A press release for the ad campaign was also released. You can find that here.
It translates in part:
“Every product name on the menu board, every name tag, straw, chips and even the WLAN password contained spoilers. The product packaging was also provided with hidden spoilers, some were even recited when opening a sound chip.”
However, the last line of the press release reads, “Whether the spoilers actually apply? The film release will show it.” It’s unclear if they took these spoilers from previous leaks or if its sanctioned by Disney.
As for the actual alleged spoilers the Whooper is called, “The young villain turns to the bright side after being defeated by the young swordlady” Whopper.
Another spoiler reads, “The death of the young swordlady’s parents was ordered old hoodie villain” Coca-Cola.
It continues, “The young swordlady is the grandchild of the old hoodie villain” Menu.”
It goes onto confirm the rumors about General Hux saying, “The blond General is killed for freeing prisoners.”
Another leak reads, “The young villain dies.”
Maybe the most shocking of these spoilers says, “The hairy roaring creature is accidentally killed by the young swordlady but actually survives” Onion Rings.”
The ad concludes by encouraging individuals to open the Burger King App to read more Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker spoilers.
One user posted the spoilers from the App indicating that Rey calls herself Rey Skywalker.
They also posted a number of screenshots from inside the app.
What do you make of these alleged spoilers? Do you think they are legit or is this an elaborate marketing scheme by Burger King?