Tom Holland reveals massive 'Avengers: Endgame' spoiler in resurfaced interview
One of the running gags behind the scenes of the Marvel Studios movies that have dominated theatres for the last ten years is that some of the castmembers aren't too good at keeping secrets. In fact, both Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland have slipped up plenty of times in the past, which can be a big deal when the plot developments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are so eagerly anticipated by fans across the world.
Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner aka The Hulk, infamously left his Instagram Live video running in his pocket during the premiere of Thor: Ragnarok, inadvertently live-streaming the audio of the start of the movie to thousands of fans before he realised what had happened.
Not only that, but it turned out the actor had accidentally spoiled the ending of Avengers: Infinity War in an interview the year before - but everyone had just assumed it was a joke at the time. Now, it turns out the same thing has happened with this year's upcoming Avengers: Endgame, but this time it's all the fault of Tom Holland.
The 22-year-old Spider-Man actor has slipped up plenty of times in the past, to the point that many of his promotional interviews for Avengers: Infinity War required his co-star Benedict Cumberbatch to chaperone him. Honestly, there's dozens of examples of his slip-ups, and some of them are pure comedic gold:
He's spoiled parts of Spider-Man: Homecoming before, the fact that he's set to take part in a trilogy, and it turns out that he did the same for the fourth instalment of the Avengers series.
Holland was being interviewed by Access alongside Cumberbatch when they were asked who screws up their lines the most. The older actor nominated himself, but Holland soon jumped to his defence, in the rediscovered video.
“[Cumberbatch] has the most difficult lines, though. He has to talk about so much Quantum Realm... stuff,” Holland said, adding: “I just have to talk about, ‘Yeah man, that’s awesome.’ So mine’s easy, but his is all so difficult."
Given that the film also ended with the Cumberbatch's character biting the dust (literally), we can now assume from Holland's words that he's going to come back in order to talk about the Quantum realm in some way. How exactly this all plays out in Avengers: Endgame is still unknown - and we'll have to wait until April 25 to find out.