MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD FROM "AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR"!
They just can't help themselves.
It's not always Ruffalo's mouth that gets him into trouble. You'll remember that it was his phone that did the deed before "Thor: Ragnarok," accidentally live streaming the start of the movie to his fans.
Last July -- before "Thor: Ragnarok" even came out -- Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/The Hulk) had a "Good Morning America" interview with fellow "Avengers" star Don Cheadle (James Rhodes/War Machine). During the talk, Ruffalo decided to bring up the deaths at the end of "Avengers: Infinity War":
"Wait till you see this next one, ha -- everybody dies."
He even starting to say "half" the people died before changing it. He realized he goofed, but only Don Cheadle knew at that point how badly he goofed:
— Good Morning America (@GMA) July 16, 2017
— Matt Singer (@mattsinger) May 1, 2018
"Infinity War" does end with half the population being vaporized by Thanos, although that's not the end of the story by a long shot. That's why we have "Avengers 4" coming next year, previously called Part 2 to the Part 1 of "Infinity War."
That was last July and Ruffalo got away with his spoiler -- successfully turning it into a joke. Tom Holland was even less smooth when he casually shared a spoiler in front of a recent audience.
Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) was at a screening of "Infinity War" in Hollywood. He was announced to great applause, then told the crowd, "I'm alive!" He could've passed that off as a joke, but he later asked if the audience had just seen "Infinity War" or if they were just about to see it. They were just about to see it.
@KevinFeige@Russo_Brothers@TomHolland1996 and Benedict Cumberbatch introducing Infinity War at @ArcLightCinemas Hollywood
Part 2 (the one where Tom spoils the movie) pic.twitter.com/OaW8HCTE91
— ✨Claire✨ (@foxdragonnerd) May 1, 2018
Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) usually manages to stop Tom Holland in time, but he was a second too late on that one.
benedict preventing tom from leaking spoilers: a thrilling saga ???????? pic.twitter.com/VyIdKTTeA4
— captain* (@iamgeekingout) April 30, 2018
Tom Holland's Peter Parker/Spider-Man turned to dust, along with half the world, at the end of "Infinity War," but since he has another "Spider-Man: Homecoming" movie coming out next year, don't worry too much about him.
"Avenger 4" opens May 3, 2019. "Homecoming 2" opens July 5, 2019.
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