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– by Seth McDonald

 

Spider-Man actor Tom Holland apparently has an issue with spoiling films. Holland, who has already been in trouble with Marvel for saying things that he shouldn’t, also managed to spoil a movie he isn’t in, for someone who is actually in the movie. During an interview with SiruisXM, Jurassic World actor, Chris Pratt revealed that Holland (who he worked with on Avengers: Infinity War) spoiled Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom before he had even read the script.

“The first I heard about the plot was from Tom Holland, weirdly. I think I was shooting the sequel for Guardians of the Galaxy, maybe, and Tom was doing Spider-Man on the same lot. Tom, of course, knows (Fallen Kingdom director) J.A. Bayona because of the film The Impossible. Tom was the young guy in that movie… and he’s so grown up now.”

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Pratt continued (partly in a British accent), saying Holland was correct in most everything he told him.

“He said, Hey mate, I just talked to J.A., mate, he told me the whole plot of the story, and I was like, ‘What?’ He said, ‘Yeah, there’s like a volcano,’ and I said, ‘You’re messing with me.’ He’s like, ‘No, mate,’ he told me the whole thing. So he told me the whole story, so I heard it right from Tom Holland first. And then, when I read the script, I was like, he wasn’t messing with me. It was all real.”

While Spider-Man’s powers involve super strength and slinging webs, it appears as if Tom Holland’s real-life superpower is spoiling movies for fans, and now even other actors. Now, telling Chris Pratt, an actor, what happens in a film isn’t quite the same thing as dropping spoilers for fans, but it further paints Holland as someone who can’t keep a secret.

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Source: SiriusXM