#AvengersEndgame: 'Spider-Man' actor Tom Holland convinced he's leaked movie online
Avengers: Endgame is releasing on April 26, 2019, and fans cannot wait to see how the Avengers reunite to defeat Thanos, who destroyed half the universe's population with a finger-snap. The cast and crew, however, has been instructed to keep details strictly under wraps. Therefore, Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man, was naturally concerned when he believed he had leaked Avengers: Endgame completely on Twitter.
Parody story manages to scare our beloved Spidey
A parody story about Holland leaking the entire movie online was shared from an Instagram fan account, which asked Marvel not to fire Holland. It went on to say that the actor was 'technologically challenged', but still loved by his fans. Holland's Spidey-sense was triggered as the actor replied, "This actually stressed me out. For a second I was like shit did I?"
The parody post that sent Holland in panic mode
Does Holland not know Twitter has a video length limit?
Holland's scare was somewhat unfounded because the Twitter video length limit is set to around 2 minutes. There is no way Endgame, which is supposed to be one of Marvel Cinematic Universe's longest movies, could have been uploaded in its entirety. More importantly, it is highly unlikely that a final cut of Endgame would just be lying around on Holland's phone or laptop.
Holland safe from leaking consequences, but language might be troublesome
While Holland might not be in trouble about the movie leak, he might definitely face trouble for using the word 'shit' on social media. Disney has a strict policy about actors' conduct and Holland's language might just set the HR department on him. No wonder Captain America exclaimed in Avengers: Age of Ultron that the other Avengers should mind their language!
Tom Holland and co-star Mark Ruffalo are famous for spoilers
Holland's scare about leaking the movie is understandable as he and Mark Ruffalo (who plays Hulk) are famous for giving out spoilers of Marvel movies. Holland was reportedly not given the real script of Infinity War for fear that he would give away spoilers.