In recent years there have been more opportunities for actors in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to spend time with one another. Sometimes, this leads to great friendships, and other times it gives actors like Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan opportunities to poke fun at newbies like Spider-Man: Homecoming's Tom Holland. The two were relentless with their jokes during the press tour for Captain America: Civil War, and Anthony Mackie is making sure he keeps the game rolling as Marvel heads into press for Avengers: Infinity War. You can check out the hilarious new things Mackie has to say about his co-star, below.
If you want to hear Tom Holland compared to a yappie Shih Tzu, than this is the video for you. While visiting The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Anthony Mackie had some bold words to say about his Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War co-star, noting that Holland is the type of young actor who is happy to shut up if he is being annoying, but will continue talking again once you've left the room.
Stephen Colbert also asked Anthony Mackie why he enjoys poking fun at his much younger co-star, and he had a pretty succinct answer, noting,
I mean look at that guy... He's a wildly annoying person. It's impressive.
If these comments seem a little over-the-top, they aren't even the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Anthony Mackie giving his younger co-star a little bit of shit. He and Sebastian Stan made enough comments that there's an entire supercut that's been running around the Internet in recent months. Plus, not even included in that supercut was a moment from San Diego Comic-Con in which Mackie gave Tom Holland a juice box, a reference to an earlier moment when Mackie talked about how Holland often got juice boxes during breaks from shooting.
While Anthony Mackie's comments are all in good fun, they are also as close as we are likely to get to new Avengers: Infinity War information for the time being--at least until Disney either drops the now-famed Comic-Con footage, or a first look trailer drops. In the meantime, Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther are definitely going to hit theaters, and you can take a look at what else Marvel has coming to the big screen over the next couple of years. In addition, here's what we know about _Infinity War _before its official 2018 release.