Alright. Alright. Maybe the quotes are misappropriated but actions speak far louder than words when it comes to our friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man.
Evidently, when he is not getting snapped or not feeling so well, he is hanging out with some hooligan friends, downing pints, and handing out free “Marvel”ous spoiler alerts.
Yeah, in cosplay, he’s great. In person, he sucks a little. How do we know? Joe Russo just said so. In fact, in a revealing interview with Indie Wire, one half of the future multi-billionaires of the world gave Tom Holland a different script of Endgame that had only his lines on it.
That’s not a problem. That’s an addiction and need for an Avengers intervention.
“Yeah, Tom Holland does not get the script,” Joe told IndieWire. “Tom Holland gets his lines and that’s it. He doesn’t even know who he’s acting opposite. We use very vague terms to describe to him what is happening in the scene, because he has a very difficult time keeping his mouth shut.”
Why take such drastic measures on the sweet 22-year-old? Surely it was just a mistake, right? No. Dude has a problem and needs to pipe down before he gets snapped for good and the Russos look for Andrew Garfield’s cell phone number.
Here’s a breakdown of thunder lips in action:
Exhibit A: Press junket and reveals a Spider-Man trilogy was coming before the first one even premiered.
Exhibit B: That time when he just knew everyone wanted to know the title of the Spider-Man sequel, so he did this. Whoops.
Exhibit C: Spider-Flap had to be chaperoned to interviews with Hollywood pro and Marvel’s resident Sorcerer Supreme Benedict Cumberbatch. Not even magic could stop Tom from blurting something like this about his co-star:
He has the most difficult lines though. He has to talk about so much Quantum Realm stuff.
And now, we have Joe Russo telling the world that he can’t trust his beloved Spider-Yap. Maybe when he goes “Far from Home,” they need to leave him there. It’ll save a ton on court costs.
Oh, here’s the live interview:
— pinkvilla (@pinkvilla) April 1, 2019