As we continue the countdown to Avengers: Infinity War, the press tour is in full swing.
Following the premiere of footage of the film in London last night, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hiddleston and Tom Holland appeared on Good Morning America to promote the film.
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During the interview, Cumberbatch admitted that last night was the first time any of them had seen any footage from the film.
It was pretty hyped. It was wonderful. It was the same for us. We haven’t seen hadn’t seen the footage until last night, so we came out as fanned up as the fans. It was really, really excited.
Hiddleston reiterated that Marvel only showed off 20 minutes of the film last night and that even the actors will have to wait until the film’s premiere to see the whole film.
None of us have seen the film and we’ll be seeing it at the same time as you guys see it on April the 27th because there’s so much about the film that’s being kept under wraps, being kept secret. Last night was about 20 minutes and the first time I’ve seen it.
Cumberbatch also revealed he’s the only actor to have read the full Infinity War script, suggesting he has a very important role in the flick.
I had to sort of understand what the context was. Strange as this wonderful role in it. I’m trying to hold the multiverse together, so I kind of needed to know what goes on between those brackets.
With this level of secrecy, Marvel is not taking any chances on letting Infinity War spoilers leak out early and it may pay off for them in just a few weeks.
Avengers: Infinity War lands in theaters on April 27.
Source: Good Morning America