Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man in Marvel's franchise of the same name, is known for letting out spoilers - much like his Avengers co-star Mark Ruffalo, who essays the green giant, Hulk. And this time again, Holland has given away a major plot point from his upcoming film Spider-Man: Far From Home, which is set to hit screens all across the world on July 3, 2019.
Attending a press conference of the film on Monday, Holland hopped on the stage. Determined not to give away any spoilers, he said, "What can I say without ruining it?" When he was asked about fellow actor Jake Gyllenhaal entering the Marvel franchise with the role of Mysterio, the 22-year-star let the secret out. He said, "Mysterio is my new best friend in the movie. We fight together to get rid of these creatures because when Thanos snaps his fingers, these creatures come from other dimensions." After finishing up, Holland realised that he had said a lot about the film that is still a month from its release. He seemed shocked at what he had done as the cheering from the crowd grew stronger.
It's no news that the upcoming Spider-Man film follows the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame. Holland even had a disclaimer at the start of the Far From Home trailer, warning fans that they shouldn't watch the trailer if they haven't watched the last Avengers film yet. The trailer starts off by showing how Holland, both as Peter Parker and Spider-Man, is trying to deal with the death of his mentor and father figure, Tony Stark - who also goes by Iron Man in the Avengers franchise. However, with the leaked, brand new detail, it has become even more clear that Far From Home will be heavily influenced by the results of what occurred in Avengers: Endgame.
Thanos' snap, which Holland was referring to, had wiped off half of the entire universe which included many names from the Avenger's team such as Scarlett Witch, T'Challa, Falcon and Spider-Man himself. Avengers: Endgame then continued with the remaining superheroes - Captain America, Hulk, Iron Man and Black Widow, who were also the original Avengers back in 2012 - assembling for one last time to get the lost ones - who disappeared with Thanos' snap - back. Holland has earned himself the title of the worst secret keeper as he was found to have let out spoilers on several occasions. He had earlier also announced that the Spider-Man: Homecoming film would have two more sequels, before Marvel made the official announcement.