Gwyneth Paltrow says she hasn't see Avengers: Endgame yet. The actress recently revealed that she had no idea she was even in Spider-Man: Homecoming, leaving one to wonder if she has seen any of her work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A lot of actors don't like to watch their own work and turn it off when it comes on TV from time to time, so it's not too surprising to hear Paltrow hasn't seen Endgame yet. Does Paltrow even know who Tom Holland is?

In a recent interview, Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal are promoting Spider-Man: Far From Home and the Peter Parker actor let it slip that Tony Stark dies in Endgame. The young actor apologizes by saying, "Sorry to anyone who hasn't seen the film. If you haven't then you are living under a rock." Gwyneth Paltrow, who is also sitting in on the interview then admits she hasn't seen Endgame and she seems pretty serious about it. Luckily, Tom Hanks was there to protect her from any other spoilers.

Gwyneth Paltrow genuinely did not know she was in Spider-Man: Homecoming. However, she did attend the world premiere of Endgame back in April, which means this could just be some fun the actress is having with the Marvel Cinematic Universe fans. She may have attended the world premiere just to participate in the red carpet festivities and then took off, but that seems pretty unlikely. The rest of the cast who was in attendance sat there and saw the movie for the very first time along with members of the press and a few lucky fans.

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Tom Holland may have been thrown under the bus for his recent spoiling of Endgame by Gwyneth Paltrow. The movie has been in theaters for nearly two months, but some MCU fans were not happy about the way Holland casually reveals the fact that Tony Stark dies in the movie. Paltrow may have been the one to spark the outrage, which is actually pretty funny. Hopefully we'll get some clarification as to whether or not she was messing with Holland and creating some fake outrage amongst certain MCU fans.

Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters in North America on July 2nd and opens in some international markets at the end of this week. The highly anticipated sequel has already screened for members of the press and there are spoilers out there. So, if you would like to go in completely blind, now would be the time to start avoiding certain sites and social media platforms to avoid spoilers. Also, it may be a good idea to stop watching any interviews with Tom Holland. The young actor has been doing really well about not spoiling Far From Home, but he could end up doing it any time now. Reddit was the first to notice Gwyneth Paltrow's Endgame comments.

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