Tom Holland said Mark Ruffalo is the ‘King of MCU Spoilers’

Marvel stars are those type of star cast that never misses a chance to take the right footstep in the news. They always take the next thing, and the situation becomes a sensation for the fan base present all over the world.
This time we get the news regarding Tom Holland landmark Ruffalo. In a talk show interview, Tom Holland started his star cast bro, Mark Ruffalo, as the ‘King of MCU Spoilers.’


Both the stars are known for their misbehavior regarding the spills of the storyline. On several occasions, many MCU actors have said that they can see Marvel “snipers” pointing at them whenever they even think of revealing any spoilers.
At the FanX 2019 convention, a fan asked Holland who the more prominent spoiler out of the duo was, to which Tom replied, “I haven’t spoiled anything. I’ve spoiled a few things, but Mark Ruffalo said that everybody dies at the end of Infinity War. But the thing is, no one took him seriously. Like if I had said that, everyone would be like, ‘yeah, it probably happens, yeah.’ I mean, Mark live-streamed the first 20 minutes of Thor: Ragnarok by accident. I didn’t so that. So I have to say Mark is.”

The most significant achievement that Tom is proud of is that he did not reveal any spoilers for Avengers: Endgame. “Do you know what; I’m so amazed that I kept all the Avengers: Endgame spoilers, that I knew. Like, I knew that he Tony Stark died, I knew that we came back, I knew that Captain America got the hammer,” Holland shared and added, “All those things, I knew those things, and I don’t know how I kept them a secret. I don’t know how but I’m proud and delighted that I did because there’s such a great surprise in the film,” he said in the interview.


Marvel is very peculiar about the resurrection and the safety of the script. They opt a certain different measure for it. Various interviews with other celebrities that roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have also stated that Marvel is very much always stationing the security for the plot of the movie.

Last year, Robert Downey, Jr. Along with The Russo Brothers and all the star panel on the Infinity War promotional event, stated that Marvel used fake scripts for both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame to ensure the secrecy of the film’s dramatic finale.”They provide that nothing can get into the hands of the fan. Fans are also smart too. They manipulate and get the most of everything even if they get their hands on something,” he said in an interview.

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