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Tom Holland's Improv In Endgame And Infinity War Has Us Worried For Spider-Man's Fate

This could mean bad news.

When Avengers: Infinity War was released we were heartbroken to find out Tom Holland had improvised the scene where Spider-Man turns to dust in Tony Stark’s arms.

In case you need a reminder…

But now, we’ve found out he also improvised his performance in Tony’s death scene in Avengers: Endgame.

The filmmakers revealed before Endgame that very few people actually saw the full script, as they were scared about spoilers – and let’s be honest, they need to be worried when it comes to Tom! But it would seem that the young actor doesn’t need to see a script in order to do some of his best work.

In an interview with Pinkvilla, Tom said there wasn’t a script for Tony’s final moments.

“It was interesting because when we shot that scene with Robert there was no real script, at all.”

“It was just Kevin Feige, the two Russo Brothers, myself, Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, and Don Cheadle. They kind of brought us to set, they kind of told us what was going to happen, or what they wanted to happen, and then we sort of just improvised if I can remember correctly.”

“So it was a really, really interesting way to shoot such a kind of pivotal scene of the movie, but it was a really emotional day and I mean looking back on it now it was maybe the craziest day I’ve ever had on set, you know? But it was really amazing and turned out to be a fantastic scene.”

In case you can’t remember the details of the scene, Rhodey has a silent goodbye with Tony, while a tearful Peter bends down and repeats, “Mr Stark, we won, we did it, sir. You did it, Mr Stark. Tony.” He then apologises and breaks down as Pepper comforts him.

Tony then sees Pepper and says, “Hey, Pep,” to which she responds, “We’re gonna be OK. You can rest now.”

Aaaand just like that, my heart has broken once again.

One thing that does stand out, however, is the fact that Tom says, “If I can remember correctly,” so, does that mean there’s a chance this isn’t what actually happened?!

Because in that case, we are genuinely worried Spider-Man may suffer a similar fate to Friends‘ Joey Tribbiani’s Days Of Our Lives character Dr Drake Ramoray. Drake was killed off the show after the writers found out Joey told a journalist he writes his own lines. Sound familiar?!

So, all we’re saying is be careful what you say, Tom, and also, please stop breaking our hearts in these movies!

You Can Rent Iron Man's Cabin From Endgame On Airbnb To Help You Get Over The Movie's Ending

If only it came with Robert Downey Jr...

If you, like me, need a place to cry after everything that went down in Avengers: Endgame, we may have found the perfect place – Tony Stark’s cabin!

The cabin is listed on Airbnb and could be yours for around $1,155 a night – ouch!

Credit: Airbnb

According to Mashable, the listing was less than half that price before it was discovered by fans of the movie. Now, they’re clearly making the most of that discovery and are trying to market it to fans.

The listing reads, “Avengers Endgame fans… Would you like to stay in Tony Stark’s cabin? This is the iconic cabin in the movie!”

“Home and funeral scene location… Serious bookings ONLY! For those interested in booking huge Marvel Avengers Endgame fans… this IS the cabin!!!”

Credit: Disney

“You have full use of the cabin and the back porch for hanging out… taking photos and sending text/emails to friends regarding your stay in the Marvel Avengers Endgame cabin.

“Stand where [heroes]/stars stood for the wreath floating in the lake just a few feet away from you.”

The cabin fits six people and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and it’s only 30 minutes from Atlanta, Georgia.

It looks like the cabin is pretty booked out most weekends until November, so if you fancy a winter stay in the cabin, you better get in quick!

Spider-Man Star Tom Holland Lets Slip Another Spoiler That’s Divided Fans

Spoiler-Man's back!

While promoting Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland has accidentally let another spoiler slip but is he really in the wrong?

While appearing on The Graham Norton Show overnight, Tom revealed one of the major deaths from Avengers: Endgame.

“The film is a direct continuation of Avengers: Endgame so we deal with the ramifications of the blip, of the death of Tony Stark.”

“Sorry if anyone hasn’t seen the film! If you haven’t, then you’re living under a rock, to be honest.”

Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo, actually lifted the spoilers ban last month, so we can’t really see what’s so wrong with Tom saying Iron Man dies.

Plus, if you’ve seen the trailer for Far From Home, Tony’s death is made pretty damn obvious.

However, it seems that a lot of Marvel fans still haven’t seen the movie, which was released two months ago now, and many of them took to Twitter to slam the actor.

Many others defended the star:

Honestly, if people managed to avoid spoilers for two months, good for them, but they couldn’t seriously expect it to last forever?! It was one of the biggest films ever made and spoilers are bound to be released one way or another.

Unless Tom’s spoiling things from a movie that hasn’t been released, let’s cut the guy some slack!

I mean, it’s not like the time he thought an audience had already watched Infinity War and then walked in and shouted, “I’m alive!”

For your enjoyment, here’s Tom Holland spoiling stuff for four minutes…

Oh, and let’s not forget the time Mark Ruffalo revealed that “everybody dies” in Infinity War before it was released:

So, let’s just be glad it wasn’t a whole lot worse!

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