Tom Holland’s Spoilers Used as Marketing by Marvel Studios

Unlike other directors, who would get mad if their actors were giving away movie spoilers, Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios is quite the opposite.

He doesn’t get upset if the Spider-Man: Far From Home actor, Tom Holland gives away any movie spoilers.

Tom Holland and his big mouth:

The Marvel Studios’ President even went on to say that Holland is way better at keeping the secrets that we give him credit for.

He keeps a lot of movie secrets and has approached Feige when it comes to spoiling some facts.

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In the past, the actor has also given spoilers for major cut scenes of Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Other actors who give away spoilers:

Feige has also brought up Mark Ruffalo time and again. Known to play the role of MCU’s Bruce Banner and Hulk, Ruffalo is one of the Marvel actors who tends to reveal a lot of spoilers.

According to Feige, Ruffalo is a person who tends to let his phone record every time and everywhere, which is something the cast and crew have gotten used to.

So, they don’t get mad at either of these actors, who are extremely lovely and professional.

Spoilers for Marketing? Yes, please!

The team has now been actively using both of these actors’ spoilers as a marketing trick to help the films gain some publicity and attract the interest of viewers.

Holland does give away a lot of spoilers but is known to do so quite smartly.

So, using the oldest trick in the book, Marvel Studios also uses these spoilers as an opportunity to garner the audiences’ attention and thus compel them to watch the films in theatres.

About Tom Holland:

Holland first appeared in Captain America: Civil War in the role of Peter Parker and his alter-ego Spider-Man in 2016.

He then reprised his role as the same character in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. He was recently seen in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

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