Its become harder than ever for filmmakers to keep their movies unspoiled before release. The advent of the internet has seen the arrival of script and photo leaks, anonymous informers sharing stories from the set or fans picking apart trailers for the tiniest background clues. It has become near impossible to keep everything a surprise and there are a number of movies each year that have most of their secrets spoiled before hand. This must be incredibly frustrating for the people involved who just want to focus on delivering a good story that will entertain people. Wes Craven once had to throw out most of the script for Scream 2 because it had leaked online, resulting in a frantic scramble to get that movie finished on time while keeping the new storyline safe. So when it comes to withholding key secrets some of them can take a more blunt approach than others. When asked by fans or interviewers about a potential spoiler in an upcoming movie theyll just flat-out lie to protect it. Now fair enough, they're trying to safeguard the movie so people can experience it fresh, but there must be a better solution than lying about it - very rarely does this reflect favourably on the movie in question. Ultimately theyre under no obligation to reveal anything, but the next time these filmmakers are asked a difficult question that could spoil their movie a simple no comment would do.