Tom Holland might be known for being Spider-Man in the MCU but the actor is also known for being a bit of a blabbermouth. The actor has accidentally spoiled certain moments for Marvel movies so fans were hoping that he would spill some beans for Avengers: Endgame, which hasn't been the case thus far. Kevin Feige has acknowledged this and is quite happy that the young actor has managed to keep his mouth shut for once.
Speaking with Empire Magazine (via CBR) Feige revealed that Holland was able to keep Spider-Man's "death" in Infinity War a secret for two years. What makes this more impressive is the fact that this death was filmed early on, with Feige claiming that it was shot in the first or second day in what was a two-year process. Talk about dedicated film-making.
Considering how Holland did other movies aside from Avengers: Infinity War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, this is a pretty big deal. Sure, he did spoil Spidey's death during a screening for Infinity War but by that time a number of people already saw it and could laugh about that. Shame for those that didn't see it though.
Avengers: Endgame comes out on April 26. Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released this July and is the first MCU film after Endgame, so fans won't want to miss that.