Gwyneth Paltrow Gets Censored At Avengers: Endgame’s World Premiere

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April 23, 2019  02:07 PM


It looks like Avengers: Endgame star Gwyneth Paltrow may have let slip a few spoilers during the film’s Hollywood premiere last night.

Interviewed alongside Captain America star Chris Evans and Iron Man director Jon Favreau, Paltrow was asked about the last day of shooting the second entry in Joe and Anthony Russo’s two-part Avengers movie. The Marvel star started recalling one particular moment during the shoot that stood out to her – one that seems like a potential spoiler seeing how Marvel edited parts of her answer in the studio’s version of the interview on YouTube., however, was listening in on the live version of the interview, and the site was able to take note of what Paltrow had to say about Endgame’s last day of shooting.

"I have an indelible moment form filming. I don't know if it was the actual last day but, we were all together and shooting at this beautiful, on this beautiful lake in Atlanta and it was amazing to be with everybody. The casts of multiple movies all at the same time..." Paltrow then pauses.

The Marvel star who’s played Pepper Potts since the first Iron movie then turned to Evans and Favreau, asking the two whether she was allowed to say that.

The two didn’t have an answer, to which the actress responded with a fitting cuss calling “Oh sh***.”

It’s clear that Paltrow wasn’t supposed to let out what might have been the last scene of Endgame. Could this be the reason why Natalie Portman was attending Endgame’s Hollywood premiere? Because she was actually in the film in a scene where “the casts of multiple movies (are together)all at the same time,”? Or could that have been another trick scene filmed by the Russos?

Let’s wait and see.

Avengers: Endgame officially premieres April 26, 2019.

Read: Watch the Avengers: Endgame Cast React to the 'Ashes' of Their Fallen Comrades 

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