With the newest episode of the Avengers franchise is about to hit the cinemas in April, one star is already moving away from the other for fear of revealing spoilers.
Appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the leadGraped Don Cheadle (War Machine) that he intends to avoid advertising Avengers: endgame next to Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner / The Hulk) because of Ruffalo's tendency to give too much information away.
"He has a lot of his mouth, why do I need that stuff." Cheadle joked.
He added: "I do not need to sit next to him when he reveals the whole film, Tom Holland [Spiderman], they both [a] little talkative.
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"There are fines to pay [for spoilers]. "
In 2017, while promoting Avengers: Infinity War next to Cheadle, Ruffalo told the interviewer that it "does not end well for the superheroes" and added, "Wait until you see the next one, everyone is dying!"
While attending an early screening of Thor Ragnarok in Sydney, Australia, next to Chris Hemsworth, Ruffalo accidentally streamed the first 10 minutes of the film on Instagram Live while his phone was in his pocket.
In October last year Ruffalo appeared on the bank of Fallon and seemed to give away the name of the film (which was still known as Avengers 4 at that time) before it was officially unveiled. When the show came up, the name was snapped.
The directors of the film, Anthony and Joe Russo, took Twitter and joked that Ruffalo would get his pink slip.
Mark, you're fired.
– Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) October 6, 2018
Although Ruffalo occasionally gets into trouble for his big mouth with Marvel and his fans, he has long been praised for using that mouth for a good word on a number of social issues, including women's rights, the # MeToo movement, that condemns Harvey Weinstein, climate change and Donald Trump.