Tom Holland doing Marvel spoilers has already become a habit. However, Chris Evans does not seem to like it very much.
Chris Evansactor who gave life to Captain America in the UCMwas invited on podcast D23. On the show he talked about the culture of spoilers and his relationship with Marvel Studios, of which Tom Holland has a lot to keep silent about… Although the young performer likes to open his mouth too much.
When asked the hardest Marvel secret he’s ever had to hide, Chris Evans admitted that the hardest was always the next, hottest. He explained that it was a very complicated situation to manage. Later, the Captain America actor mentioned Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland. The actors of Hulk Y spider-man, respectively, have a long history of spouting spoilers about the MCU. Evans laughed it off, but he wasn’t so amused by his former classmates’ indiscretion.
“The hardest secret to keep was always the following. The hardest was always the last. This topic is somewhat complicated. I still have a few up my sleeve… No, no, no. Is a lie. I no longer hide any. I’m off that train now, so thankfully I don’t have to keep any more mysteries to myself. Over time you almost get used to knowing how to say less. You just don’t have to answer according to what questions or keep everything in a sweetened state. Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland had a much harder time keeping secrets than I did. Tom Holland can’t even help it.”
The fight that the Captain America actor liked the most
As we’ve said, Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland have a long history of accidentally revealing Marvel Studios spoilers. This dates back to the time of the Infinity Saga. On the other hand, Chris Evans was also asked which UCM character he found most interesting to physically confront. The actor admitted that he liked his confrontation with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. Evans remembered him quite fondly and nostalgically.
“It was very, very brief, but I really liked the fight with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. It was like… There was no anger in that battle. It was simply something necessary. I just really enjoy Spider-Man’s abilities and superpowers.”