My biggest thing is, why don't people want to be surprised? What is so fun about knowing everything about a film before it comes out? Granted, Nolan is great at hiding things from his fans, but this is the first six minutes of the film. At the same time, I am one of those people who cannot help but read everything. So I see both sides and I am incredibly torn. I want to see this film so badly and July seems so far away that this first teaser will help me last until then.
You can only see a movie for the first time once. You will never have that first viewing experience again. I know that. So I am going to try my hardest to leave the theater. Suddenly that no longer seems easy. I am not making any promises this time like I did with Harry Potter. I have always known that I have a spoiler problem and I have been trying to change that but with the internet and twitter it is a constant struggle.
I would love to know some other opinions about spoilers. What are you guys doing about TDKR prologue? What are your feelings on spoilers in general? How do you avoid them?