Tom Holland jokes about future of Spider-Man and fans can't take it
Holland, who stars as the most recent Marvel Universe's Spider-Man, is notoriously known for giving away spoilers at interviews; but now he seems to have shifted base to teasing
Tom Holland is a terrible secret keeper, there's no arguing or denying that fact. For everybody who has witnessed the countless interviews of the Marvel cast, they just know to block their ears and zone out for the minute Holland gets to speak about the movie because there is evidently going to be some spoilers spilled.
But, as it turns out, the game has changed. Tom Holland is officially a tease now.
Gone are the days of the older cast members and Marvel trying to silence Holland from spoiling their movie; he now gives off little bits of information that are a whole class apart and enough to get fans buzzing all over social media about what could possibly be coming.
The latest example of that happens to be his twitter conversation with 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' director, JA Bayona, after Holland seemed to spoil the ending of the movie for Chris Pratt and countless fans too, in the process.
Bayona decided to lesson the young actor with a cheeky response, saying, "That was supposed to be a secret, @TomHolland1996!! You're a weasel!!"
But Holland being at the prime of the game, defended himself, saying, "I just got so excited. This is exactly why Marvel won't tell me the plots anymore."
Things were still fine but then Bayona decided to drag 'Spider-Man: Homecoming 2' in the conversation and very craftily said, "Don't worry, man. I'm not telling anyone anything about Spider-Man 2..." he said.
And that's when things went down. Holland pretty much dropped a missile on fans and followers all over the world, especially for those unlucky ones who haven't had a chance to watch the latest installment, 'Avengers: Infinity War'.
Speaking for all fans and pretty much anybody who has witnessed the tragedy that went down in the movie, Twitter user LaClarkin replied to his tweet, saying, "TOO SOON! I haven’t emotionally recovered from that scene yet."
Other users chimed in too, with complaints of "too soon" and how this sly teasing from Holland's end had gotten basically all of them saying the iconic Spider-Man phrase from 'Infinity War', "I am not feeling too good".
Can't really blame them because — and a big spoiler alert — that scene was devastating, to say the least. But as for Holland's little teasing, it's okay though; no reason to break down into tears hysterically because the second edition of Spider-Man's standalone movie is definitely coming from the Marvel Universe.
Also, it has been widely revealed that the character is going to be one of the primaries in the fourth phase of the Avengers saga, so here's hoping Holland refrains from breaking hearts like this in the future.