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– by Seth McDonald

With the production of blockbuster films being documented at nearly every turn these days, many studios, namely Marvel have taken measures to make sure spoilers don’t leak. Taking it as far as only giving actors the parts of the script necessary to their role in the film.

Actor Don Cheadle, who plays War Machine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, says he doesn’t mind the secrecy involved in the way films are made these days. In speaking with CinemaBlend, Cheadle says not knowing certain things about Avengers: Infinity War, and finding out what happens as a viewer, is fine by him:

“It’s very interesting on set, obviously, when you don’t know the entirety of everything and things are changing [in] real time. It keeps you on your toes, that’s for sure. But it’s ultimately exciting and it’s as fun for us sometimes discovering it as it is for the audience. ‘Cause we’re like,’Oh we had no idea how that was gonna turn.'”

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Many actors were movie buffs just like all of us before getting their big breaks, and if I were an actor, this is the attitude I would take on as well, if at all possible. With some scripts, there isn’t a way of knowing everything in a film, based on content. Other times, with such large casts, like Avengers: Infinity War has, actors and their story arcs can be separated.

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Source: CinemaBlend