The biggest cinematic event of Marvel Cinematic Universe is inching closer. With a release date of May 4th, 2018, Avengers: Infinity War is set to unite every single character from the Marvel cinematic universe. Characters from the Guardians of the Galaxy to Captain America into one epic film. While the fans are waiting for a single sneak peeks of the movie, even a tiny mistake could cost the studio a lot before the release of the movie.
First footage from Avengers: Infinity War has been leaked online from last month’s San Diego Comic-Con and kept the internet buzzing since then. Recently Mark Ruffalo, The 49-year-old star who plays Hulk, accidentally live-streamed a portion of the much-awaited Thor: Ragnarok. Reports suggest he forgot to turn off his Instagram live stream and 15 min audio from the movie went live before the streaming ended.
The studio is known to adopt a high-level encryption process, which prevents any kind of piracy or loss of content. Marvel Studio is also best known for keeping surprise elements hidden in their trailers and with consistent stronger marketing activity, they know how to get people talking. However, with this kind of activity, fans are going berserk, which might cost the Marvel Cinematic, as it is the biggest studio operating in the superhero market.
With such major slip-ups in the recent past, Spiderman aka Tom Holland took a dig at his fellow senior co-actor and poked fun at Hulk star Mark Ruffalo on social media. Though it may seem like he was just cracking a joke, fans were quick to pick it up and had moments of laughter as Holland called Mark the ‘the worst Avengers secret-keeper.’
Goof ups are quite common in the world of entertainment so Marvel Cinematic has now shifted their focus to their upcoming release Thor: Ragnarok, which will hit the theater on 3rd November. Leaving the anticipation behind, fans are waiting for Mark Ruffalo’s comeback as the Hulk.
Now that @MarkRuffalo is officially the worst avengers secret keeper... can I get my script?
— Tom Holland (@TomHolland1996) October 15, 2017