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Marvel fans don't miss a trick, but even by their standards this recent spoiler from a resurfaced interview is pretty impressive.
In an old press interview for Infinity War, Tom Holland appears to drop a potential clanger regarding the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe contribution, Avengers: Endgame.
The Spider-Man: Far From Home actor - who has built up a bit of a reputation for dropping Marvel spoilers - was discussing his co-star Benedict Cumberbatch's role as Doctor Strange during a Q&A last April with Access.
When asked who fluffed the most lines, Cumberbatch immediately put himself in the top spot, before Holland jumped to his defence by saying: "[Cumberbatch] has the most difficult lines, though. He has to talk about so much Quantum Realm... stuff."
Now, many eager listeners assumed this was a major spoiler for Infinity War. But as we now know, Doctor Strange doesn't mention the Quantum Realm in the film.
Seeing as the movie was filmed back-to-back with Endgame, fans are now speculating this is yet another piece of evidence to add to the growing pile suggesting that the isolated dimension could be key to reversing the horrific massacre caused by Thanos' almighty finger snap at the end of Infinity War.
Told you Marvel fans don't miss a trick.
Other developments add to this theory, including the open ending to Ant-Man and the Wasp, as well the claim from Michael Douglas (who plays Dr. Hank Pym) that the mysterious microverse will play an 'integral' part in Endgame.
Plus, it kinda makes sense - if one of the superheroes can tap into the realm, a place where time and space are irrelevant, maybe they can travel back in time and stop Thanos before he wipes out half of the population of the entire universe.
While we should probably reiterate that this is purely speculation, the resurfaced interview certainly is food for thought and the amount of clues to suggest it is true show no signs of slowing.
Either way, at least we don't have long to wait for some answers, as Avengers: Endgame hits theatres on 26 April 2019. Marvel lovers, assemble - you're in for quite a ride.
Featured Image Credit: Access
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