Chris Evans Throws Massive Shade at Tom Holland in New Interview

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We all know for a fact that Tom Holland has been notorious for giving away spoilers about the Marvel films he's part of and he's done it on more than one occasion. In fact, his constant blabbering (which oftentimes is "unintentional") when it comes to Marvel Cinematic Universe secrets earned him the moniker "Spoiler-Man" from the fandom.

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Apart from Tom, another actor has gotten in trouble for "accidentally" giving away MCU spoilers and that's Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo. If you may recall, he even livestreamed the audio of the first 20 minutes of Thor: Ragnarok in 2017.

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As for Holland, he famously spoiled Spider-Man's adventure in space in Avengers: Infinity War as well as the title of the second MCU Spidey flick Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Both actors have drawn flak from their co-stars for giving away spoilers and it turns out, even Captain America actor Chris Evans has something to say about it. In an new interview with D23 podcast, Evans hilariously called out both Ruffalo and Holland, saying that the two "can't help it".

The star of Pixar's Lightyear said: "The hardest one is always the next one. The hardest one is always the latest one. It’s tricky, I got a few up my [sleeve]… No, no, I don’t, I don’t… I’m off that train now, so I luckily don’t have to keep anymore secrets. But you know, you almost get used to just knowing to say less, to just not answer questions, and keep it short and sweet. I think Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland had a much harder time keeping the secrets than I did… [Ruffalo] can’t help it, yeah, him and Tom."

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To be fair, I think Holland has learned his lesson throughout the years and we've proven that during Spider-Man: No Way Home's press tour. Safe to say the actor has finally matured. Well, either that or he's just tired of getting himself in trouble.

Meanwhile, Pixar's Lightyear is still screening in cinemas.