Easter may be over, but Google has a special "Avengers: Endgame"-themed "Easter egg" in honor of the blockbuster film.
An "Easter egg" is a popular term that refers to a hidden message.
Here's how it works: Google the name of the bad guy from the film -- that would be Thanos -- and click or tap on the Infinity Gauntlet.
That causes "the snap," which makes half of the results disappear.
Want them to come back?
Just click or tap again to watch the Time Stone work its magic (and make sure your sound is on).
It's all part of the excitement surrounding the Marvel movie that's out Friday.
The highly anticipated sequel to last year's "Avengers: Infinity War" is already on track to have the highest-grossing opening weekend in box-office history, both domestically and globally.
That record has been held by last year's "Infinity War," which opened at $258 million in North America and $640 million worldwide.
The sequel has been dominating social media, with plenty of talk about spoilers and when to take a bathroom break, given that the film clocks in at more than three hours.