The executives of Marvel Studios hold so much to their secrets that they forbid even some actors to read the scripts!
Holland is thought to have been on Marvel's naughty list since letting slip that 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' is intended as the opening chapter in a trilogy, which the studio had not made public at the time. The excitement at being cast as not only an Avenger, but as Stan Lee's all time favorite superhero, has got to be both riveting and daunting at the same time.
Filming on Avengers: Infinity War has been ongoing in Atlanta, with recent set photos showcasing a scene featuring Iron Man, Hulk, Doctor Strange, and Wong readying for battle. Beyond that, we can look forward to seeing Holland in 2018's Avengers: Infinity War in a historic mashup of the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and other characters from the #MCU.
"There is still a lot of room for Peter Parker and Spider-Man, especially, to grow over these next two movies, you know?" I'm also guessing that this suit will be mostly cherry-red and matte black, with an arc reactor that pulses white energy instead of the usual blue so that the colour scheme doesn't clash.
Because of this blunder, Holland set out to prove that he can, in fact, keep a secret by burning his copy of the Infinity War script via Instagram.granted, he had to burn it because he forgot to turn it in in the first place and accidentally brought it home with him. As if it were a physical version of iOS, Iron Man's armour is always upgrading, always evolving. "They refuse to let me read the script because That I am very bad when it comes to keeping a secret ".