Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson On How She Keeps Those Tempting Avengers: Endgame Spoilers

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January 03, 2019  07:33 PM

 

 

Marvel’s kept a pretty tight lid on the secrets of its upcoming comic book movie offerings and the studio expects its actors and actresses to do the same. While it might seem like a struggle for loose-lipped stars like Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Tom Holland and Avengers: Infinity War’s Mark Ruffalo, Captain Marvel star Brie Larson doesn’t seem to be having any problem at keeping spoilers to herself.

So what’s her secret? Speaking with the USA Today, Larson decided to talk about the struggles of becoming part of the MCU, discussing how she felt she would eventually let something slip out before Captain Marvel or Avengers: Endgame would make their premieres. According to Larson, it was especially hard for her because she had filmed her scenes for Avengers: Endgame before she worked on principal photography for her upcoming standalone film as Carol Danvers.

“I just never wanted to feel like I was going to slip up or that I was going to say the wrong thing," Larson told the news outlet. "I was like, 'I can't live with myself being the one that spoils something.' So I really just deleted it."

Not only does Larson turn off her mind, but she also keeps a journal of things that she wants to remember for press junkets and interviews.

"I'm excited when the movie comes out to finally be able to talk about it and go, ‘Yes, this was crazy.’ But my family doesn't know. I haven't talked to anybody about anything because I'm just a very diligent secret-keeper,” the actress said.

Larson certainly trained herself well for the part – so far, she hasn’t spoiled anything about the film. Let’s hope she holds out until Captain Marvel makes its way to the big screen on March 8, 2019.

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