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As Avengers: Endgame is getting ready to hit theaters, Don Cheadle is also making the rounds to promote his upcoming series Black Monday. However, he's also looking toward the upcoming Marvel promotional tour, and Jimmy Fallon recently asked him if he'd willing to be paired with Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo again for Endgame. According to Cheadle, he'd prefer to not be on that crazy train...
Why do I need that hassle, right? I don't need to be sitting next to him when he blows the whole reveal of the movie. Him and Tom Holland... a little chatty.
If you aren't up on what Don Cheadle is talking about, the actor notoriously was a part of an interview where his costar Mark Ruffalo nearly said "half" of all the characters would be dying in Avengers: Infinity War--before the movie was released. He tried to turn it into a joke, saying "everyone" would die, but the exchange made the rounds, and Cheadle looked visibly distressed in the interview.
The actor later spoke out about how shocked he was when the original Good Morning America appearance happened. He has also joked about how at some point Mark Ruffalo may be banned from doing press for Marvel flicks in the future. Now, he seems to feel he's fine with Mark Ruffalo spoiling, as long as he's not the guy that has to sit in with Mark Ruffalo or fellow spoiler Tom Holland during interviews.
Poor Don Cheadle. The man seems to want to mostly be a Marvel rule follower, also telling Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show that "there's penalties to pay" for speaking your mind about Marvel, especially when spoilers are involved.
In general, Don Cheadle seems to be pretty averse to spoilers, but there's also one specific time when he especially does not want to talk about what is going on is when he is in a public restroom. He also told Jimmy Fallon:
You shouldn't ask people stuff when they're doing their business. When you have your business in your hand and you're in a urinal, I don't want to talk about the title of Endgame.
If you'd like to here about Boggle on sets, downtime and more you can take a look at Don Cheadle's full Tonight Show appearance, below.
Luckily, if Boggle doesn't do it for you, we should be hearing and hopefully seeing plenty more from Avengers: Endgame in the coming months. The movie is officially out on April 26, 2019. In the meantime, you can take a look at what all we know about the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War with our full guide. In addition, you can see what all Marvel currently has scheduled with our full look at the rest of Phase 3 and 4.