Jake Gyllenhaal tries to stop Tom Holland from spoiling 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' in hilarious interview
Over the years, Tom Holland has gotten himself a reputation, and it ain't a good one!
Never mind who's the biggest superpower in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the important thing is that the 23-year-old is officially the biggest blabbermouth to bear the Marvel name.
Luckily though, Tom's co-stars have become wise to his gossipy antics, and are on guard to stop him from making another big mistake. That's what Jake Gyllenhaal did, anyway, in a recent interview!
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The pair were doing an interview with Mexican cinema chain Cinépolis about their new film Spider-Man: Far From Home when Jake noticed that Tom may have been about to slip up yet again.
In a jokingly dramatic fashion, he quickly slapped his whole hand over the young actor's mouth, stopping him from letting anything out.
"Ahhh! Spoilers!" Jake shouted as he did it. Phew!
You can watch the hilarious clip here:
Of course, Jake hasn't always been there to save Tom. The Spiderman actor infamously ruined Avengers: Infinity War for fans at a screening back in 2018.
Not to mention the fact that people believe he may have actually sabotaged a certain part of Spider-Man: Far From Home in another recent interview.
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In a viral Twitter video, Tom spoke about how the sequel connects back to the aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, suggesting that there is some cross-dimensional havoc happening on Earth in the wake of Thanos’ devastation, and that the Elementals are not of this world.
"Mysterio in this movie is actually my new best friend," he said in the clip. "We team up together to fight these elemental creatures because when Thanos snapped his fingers, these creatures came through the dimensional rift."
However, despite many fans believing he's done it again, many have argued that the spoiler king's words should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Tell me if I'm being harsh, but isn't it about time to ban Tom from speaking out loud?