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Robert Downey Jr. Trolls Tom Holland Over Avengers: Endgame Spoilers

Avengers: Endgame – 

There have been a lot of great stars in the MCU in all these years and Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland have managed to get the spoiler kings title from the fans. Tom Holland as Spider-Man has made a name for himself in the MCU in a very short period of time but a lot of credit goes to his off-screen spoiler services. And, his on-screen guardian angel and off-screen leg puller, Robert Downey Jr. has trolled him for not spoiling anything this time.

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Yes, both Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland managed to keep everything within themselves this time. Last Friday afternoon, Downey made fun of Tom despite, the fact that this time he didn’t reveal anything. And, there were a lot of fans who were asking this question and Downey has revealed that answer in his tweet. He shared a picture and wrote,

“Is this a shot of Tom Holland trying to keep himself from spoiling the Endgame beans.”

Here’s the post:

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The image which has been tweeted by Downey was from the famous animated series of Spider-Man. As, in this, we can see Spider-Man tying the doppelganger version of him. But, the text next to the picture reads,

“Yeah that’ll teach me.”

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Many fans are finding this tweet really funny as some are thinking that it is a little bit more harsh on the little boy. But, that’s how Downey is as he only makes fun of people whom he loves the most and we all are aware of his on-screen and off-screen healthy relationship with Tom. For now, the film is running in theaters and it’s time you go and watch it because spoilers are circulating faster than the zombie virus.

But, if you have already watched this film then do tell us about your experience regarding the film. But, don’t write down spoilers in the comments section down below. Please #DontSpoilTheEndgame!

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