Tom Holland, the Spider-Man of Marvel's Cinematic Universe, is known for his habit of dropping spoilers accidentally. In fact, it became a joke, with Holland "leaking" the title Spider man: Far from home last year. Now Robert Downey Jr. got involved – this time about Avengers: End of the Game.
In a tweet, Downey Jr. referred to Spider-Man's apparent inability to keep secrets using an image of the Spider man cartoon. So determined were Marvel to keep End of the game spoilers of leak that the Netherlands did not receive the entire script.
Check out the Downey Jr. tweet below:
– Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) April 26, 2019
End of the game the long awaited Avengers final movie and sequel to last year's movie Avengers: Infinite War, follows the surviving heroes as they try to defeat Thanos and bring back the dead in decimation. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo as well as cast members have asked fans to avoid spoiling the details of the plot – so it makes sense for Marvel to do everything it could to stop their own actors from accidentally leaving the spoilers. Mark Ruffalo, another MCU actor with a reputation for accidental spoilers, received a fake script!
While this may seem overly cautious, once the spoilers reach the Internet, they tend to appear everywhere. When dealing with a movie like End of the game – which closes the Infinity Saga of the MCU – it's no surprise that Marvel wants to keep as much of concealment as possible.
Downey Jr. mocking his co-star as this also reminds us that, remarkably, no big spoiler leaked before the movie's release.
Avengers: End of the Game It's in theaters now.