Chris Hemsworth Reveals The One Avenger Who Can’t Be Trusted


By now, Mark Ruffalo’s total inability to keep secrets surrounding the films he stars is nothing short of legendary. After all, it was mostly because of his and Tom Holland’s blabbermouths that Marvel decided to give the cast either only portions of the script or entirely fake scenes for Avengers: Infinity War. Despite this, though, Ruffalo just couldn’t be stopped and actually, believe it or not, revealed the devastating ending of the event movie to the press.

No really, we’re not kidding. Last summer at D23, the actor was doing an interview when he said: “Wait ’til you see this next one. Everybody dies!” Of course, everyone thought he was just joking at the time but between that and accidentally streaming the first 20 or so minutes of Thor: Ragnarok onto the internet, it’s clear that Mark Ruffalo is not to be trusted.

According to Chris Hemsworth though, it’s hard to get mad at the actor for having a big mouth, as he’s such a good guy. While speaking to Esquire, the Aussie was asked which Avenger cannot be trusted, to which he replied:

“Mark Ruffalo, without a doubt. The amount of times he has potentially derailed these films. But he’s also the person I probably love the most. He’s just the most—just one of the kindest people you’ll meet. And so, completely forgivable every time he gives away some plot point. He could get away with murder. Anyone else, it might be highly scrutinized and punished, but he’s beyond forgivable.”

As we mentioned above, it’s not just Ruffalo that the studio needs to worry about, as Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, is also an issue for Marvel, with co-director Joe Russo recently telling us that he can’t be trusted with precious, spoiler-sensitive information:

“We put a lot of effort into making sure nobody knows the true story of the film. All the actors were given fake scripts… very few people have seen the actual film itself. We can’t trust anybody – least of all Tom Holland! It’s a burden to bear for them. It’s probably easier to have read a fake script and a fake ending because they don’t have the pressure of knowing what happens in the movie and then they have to hide it.”

Of course, with Infinity War now in the books and its many secrets out in the wild, Marvel will face the tough task of finding a way to keep Avengers 4 under wraps. Granted, there’s already been plenty of leaks and rumors regarding the much anticipated film, but most of its twists and turns have remained hidden away so far. Let’s just hope they stay that way.

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