Tom Holland compares Marvel’s spoiler protection to that of the Suicide Squad

Tom Holland joked about how seriously Marvel takes spoiler leaks while promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home, comparing himself to a member of the Suicide Squad.

Holland has been playing Peter Parker since Captain America: Civil War in 2016 when this version of Spider-Man first appeared on the big screen.

Holland will reprise his role as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which begins up right after Spider-Man: Far From Home and the reveal of Spider-identity. Man’s

Marvel’s spoiler protection

This film stars Jamie Foxx (Electro), Alfred Molina (Doctor Ock), Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), and a slew of other familiar names from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans are excited about this highly awaited picture, to the point where they overloaded ticket websites during the presale period, forcing several sites to crash.

This level of interest is expected given that the first trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home received over 355 million views in its first 24 hours.

Tom Holland and his co-stars discussed their experiences on set while promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home on Jimmy Kimmel Live. They also spoke with several young Spider-Man fans and answered questions about Marvel. One passionate fan even asks Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds) to reveal the new film’s ending. Holland and Batalon then joke around about the potential consequences of spilling Marvel secrets:

Holland: They would probably kill us.Batalon: Yeah, I think they absolutely have, like, our tracking numbers on us.Holland: They put a chip in the back on the first one.Batalon: Yeah, on the back of our heads. And if you can- it’s remote controlled and they blow your head up. So that’s essentially what’s going to happen.Holland: We’re like the real-life Suicide Squad.

Tom Holland has gained a reputation for mistakenly revealing classified Marvel movie information since joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has become a running joke among fans and co-stars alike.

Even scripts for films in which he was starring, such as Infinity War and Endgame, were hidden from him due to his famous ego problems. Holland, on the other hand, is said to be well-versed in all aspects of the upcoming Spider-Man film, claiming that he now knows how to spoil things. Despite this, it’s safe to assume that, given Holland’s spoiler-filled career, he’s well during the consequences of revealing Marvel movie secrets.

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