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Zendaya has said she wishes her serial-spoiler boyfriend, Tom Holland, hadn’t told her what happened to Iron-Man in Avengers: Endgame.
Speaking to Tara Hitchcock, Spidey stars Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon were asked about the movie spoilers they wished they didn’t know - and Zendaya went straight in on Tom for ruining Endgame for her.
“As far as spoilers I wish I didn't know, I wish I didn't know about Iron Man before that movie came out," said Zendaya, looking over at Tom.
“Who told you that?" Tom responded, pretending to be shocked. "Who told you that Iron Man died? That's terrible. Bless you."
"I know, I didn't get to enjoy it," replied a miffed Zendaya.
"That must have been really tough for you. We should find out who spoiled that for you. That's terrible," Tom replied sarcastically.
As the stars continue to promote the forthcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home movie, Tom has surprisingly managed to keep stum on any spoilers. He’s been allowed to reveal one detail about the third Spidey instalment - and that’s how the film starts.
"What's cool about this film is it picks up right after the second one finishes.
"So, the second one finishes with a freeze-frame of Spider-Man. The third one starts with the same freeze-frame."
We have to admit, that’s not particularly juicy. We have to applaud Tom for managing to keep his lips sealed for this long though. But there’s still time; No Way Home isn’t due out in cinemas for another week.
Zendaya and Tom Holland chose the No Way Home world premiere in London to make their red carpet debut as a couple. Fans suspected they’d been dating for quite a while, but it’s still exciting to see them going public with it.
Speaking about handling fame and their relationship, the actor told AP on the carpet that "the biggest way [to handle the fame] is just companionship.” This comes after he once said that Zendaya is ‘instrumental’ to his sanity.
"Two friends coming together, experiencing this world, going through the same problems at the same time, having a shoulder to cry on, has been a huge thing for the pair of us, and with Jacob [Batalon] as well. We really are a family.
"Becoming famous at the age of 19 ... this is a different kind of fame," he added.
"There's not a corner of the world that Spider-Man hasn't touched. It's a lot to take in, so it's really nice for me to have a family to share that with."
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