Marvel Studios has a method when it comes to preventing spoilers, but no company could have seen Tom Holland coming. The Spider-Man star has repeatedly told the press about his loose-lips, and the actor is now poking fun at his poor habits online.
Over on Twitter, Holland broke his recent hiatus to share a small thought with fans. The actor tweeted a message based of the ever-popular ‘Dark Kemit’ meme to show how he wars with himself over spoilers.
Me: “I don’t know why marvel don’t trust me with secrets.” Also me: “Marvel left the suit with us, imma let everyone try it on and post a vid,” Holland wrote.
Me "I don't know why marvel don't trust me with secrets"— Tom Holland (@TomHolland1996) September 11, 2017
Also me "Marvel left the suit with us, imma let everyone try it on and post a vid"
Of course, fans are cackling over the self-deprecating remark. This isn’t the first time Holland up about how bad he is at keeping secrets safe from fans. Earlier this year, ComicBook got to speak with the star, and Holland admitted Marvel Studios goes to great lengths to keep him in the dark.
In fact, the studio won’t even let Holland read the entire script for Avengers: Infinity War.
"I don't know anything about the film, if I'm honest," Holland admitted. "I just know I'm in it. The funny thing is about that movie is I showed up and I was like, 'Can I read the script?' And they were like, 'No, you're terrible at keeping secrets.'"
Holland has also been called out by his Spider-Man co-stars about his blabbermouth. Laura Harrier, who plays Liz Thompson, told CinemaBlend Tom is the worst at secrets.
“Tom is terrible at it! He is the worst. He tells everything. I'm always like, 'What are you saying? Stop!’” Harrier admitted.
Now, Twitter as a whole is taking a shot at the actor’s spoiler-friendly habits. Memes are flying around the Spider-Man fandom thanks to Holland’s latest roast, and you can check out some of the funniest reactions below:
marvel: we won’t tell you any other secrets— shonei (@hocotony) September 11, 2017
Holland is a vetted actor, so his pretend shock face is probably convincing enough to make Marvel Studios reconsider their spoilers ban - but then they think better of it.
WHAT THE HELL TOM YOU THEIF pic.twitter.com/RJcGbY3vrp— je̶n ? #DefendDACA (@sivanempire) September 11, 2017
Clearly, Tom isn't the only person who think in meme-speak. If the actor saw the fan's post, he definitely must have agreed with it.
YOU'RE SO CUTE THOUGH I TRUST YOU pic.twitter.com/TTbWJsUJYc— reese (@harryxhermione) September 11, 2017
How are you not supposed to trust a face like that? Any web-crawler who can go up against Captain America should get someone's vote.