Marvel Was So Paranoid About Spoilers, Jude Law's Kids Had To Sign NDAs

Jude Law in Captain Marvel 2019

By now, if you've paid one iota of attention to Marvel and its inner workings, you should know the people on the backend are huge spoilerphobes, ready to throw out NDAs around each and every corner. Or at least hiding around corners is how I imagine them. Perhaps Jude Law's kids even have nightmares about these NDA-oriented Marvel employees because Law recently revealed the paper pushers couldn't "jump" on his kids fast enough to get them to sign paperwork about Marvel.

During a recent appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Jude Law talked a little bit about his upcoming role in Captain Marvel. In particular, he talked about a day he brought his kids around on set and people had to be really clear to said kids that they were not allowed to talk about what their daddy was up to on set, especially when space ships were involved.

My kids were literally jumped on because they hadn't signed these contracts when we went in. And I'm just showing them around, having a happy family day out, pointing out the sort of stunts and these wonderful space ship sets, and they got leapt on and paperwork flashed in front of them. So they kind of know what's going on, but I wasn't allowed to tell them the name.

Since, we didn't learn much about Jude Law's potential character before a recent toy leak, it seems as if Marvel and Jude Law's kids did their respective jobs.

In the time since Jude Law was filming for the female-led flick, we've learned quite a bit about Captain Marvel. Trailers have dropped for the movie and has featured plenty of footage, including a look at Annette Bening's character and more. Thanks to the aforementioned toy leak, there's an indication Jude Law will be playing Yon-Rogg, as well.

As for the actor himself, he was very clear on The Late Late Show to note that he keeps his mouth shut where Marvel is involved, lest he spoil something particularly important. Jude Law said:

It's quite fun and I'm one of those people if you say a little bit, you say everything, so I've just had to keep quiet about everything.

Perhaps that's a note the likes of Tom Holland should be taking as Sony ramps up to release Spider-Man: Far From Home.

You can hear more about Captain Marvel and what Jude Law would do if he really were in space by taking a look at the full interview, which also features Steve Coogan, below.

In addition, you can catch Jude Law in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in theaters now. Captain Marvel will officially hit theaters on March 8, 2019, which means there is still plenty of time for Jude Law to make a spoiler slip.

See what else is hitting theaters next year with CinemaBlend's full movie release schedule.

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