In Google’s latest Easter egg, words disappear from your screen as if by a villainous twist.

To experience the creative connection between the tech titan and Marvel Studios’ Mad Titan from the new “Avengers: Endgame,” type in “Thanos” in Google’s search bar.

Next, click on the Infinity Gauntlet, a glove containing six powerful space stones. Once the glove snaps, much of your search results will “disintegrate” and disappear — a nod to how the baddie Thanos, as played by Josh Brolin, kills half of all living creatures with a “Snapture” at the end of last year’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”

The follow-up to that cliffhanger, “Endgame,” officially opens Friday. In Thursday previews, Disney/Marvel’s fourth “Avengers” movie grossed a record-setting $60 million in North American theaters, according to Variety.

Directed by brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, “Endgame” is expected to gross more than $250 million domestically in its opening weekend, and the most daring projections speculate it could top $1 billion at the global box office by Monday.

“Endgame” — the 22nd movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which was launched by “Iron Man” in 2008 — is expected to continue Marvel Studios’s perfect streak: Every one of its films has opened at No. 1 domestically. With its latest debut, the studio should top $20 billion in total global gross across all its films.

Thanos, the big purple philosopher and father to Gamora and Nebula, was created in the early ‘70s by legendary writer-artist Jim Starlin.

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