Tom Holland Says Mark Ruffalo Is The Bigger Spoiler Of Marvel Movies

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September 11, 2019  12:29 PM

 

Marvel Studios might employ many different measures to make sure that major plot points of its upcoming films are kept a secret, but a few Marvel stars have repeatedly been giving away spoilers to some of the studio’s most highly anticipated entries. This includes Tom Holland and Mark Ruffalo.

If you ask the Spider-Man star though, it’s his Avengers: Endgame co-star who’s more prone to spoiling. Holland just recently spoke with fans at a panel at the FanX convention at Salt Lake City, Utah, and there the Marvel star was asked by a fan who he thought was a bigger spoiler, himself, or Ruffalo.

Smiling at the audience, Holland said that he hadn’t really spoiled anything.

“I’ve spoiled a few things, but Mark Ruffalo said that everybody dies at the end of Infinity War,” the actor responded when a fan countered his claim saying that he didn’t really spoil anything for Marvel fans, “But the thing is, no one took him seriously. Like if I had said that, everyone would be like, ‘yeah, it probably happens, yeah.’ I mean, Mark live-streamed the first 20 minutes of Thor [Ragnarok] by accident. I didn’t do that, so I have to say Mark is.”

Truth be told, Holland has had quite a number of slip-ups, giving away Spider-Man’s fate in Avengers: Infinity War to an audience that was supposed to watch the movie for the very first time. He even spoiled the plot for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to Chris Pratt right before the actor had a chance to read the script.

Holland’s gotten better at keeping secrets the past few months, though it seems like the actor won’t be spoiling any Marvel movies anytime soon with the failed Spider-Man agreement between Disney and Sony.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is expected to receive its digital release sometime in October.

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