Through the years, Marvel Studios has been creating steps to reduce spoilers from leaking. Secret Invasion actor Kingsley Ben-Adir previously revealed that the studio is training actors “not to talk” about the project, indicating that the protocols are now leveling up. In addition, Marvel also took a historic step ahead of the worldwide premiere of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, when its official social media accounts disabled replies and comments to prevent fans from spoiling the movie.
Ms. Marvel directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah also revealed that Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige never lets filmmakers in on all of the details about the MCU, noting that it’s a “need-to-know-basis.” Marvel Studios producer Brian Chapek also chimed in on the spoiler discussion, expressing his belief that moviegoers should wait “at least three weeks, maybe a month” before discussing spoilers online.
Despite the protocols in place, there are still unexpected spoilers that are emerging online during the movie’s opening weekend or the Disney+ series’ day of release. Now, a notable Marvel actor has revealed that the studio is not messing around when it comes to accidentally revealing spoilers.
Owen Wilson is Afraid of Marvel’s Spoiler Protocols
n an interview with ComicBook, Loki star Owen Wilson, who plays Mobius in the Disney+ series, gave a brief update about the show’s sophomore season.
Brandon Davis of ComicBook first expressed excitement about Wilson’s upcoming Marvel return. The MCU actor responded by offering high praise towards co-star Tom Hiddleston and confirming that filming is underway in London.
Owen Wilson’s comments suggest that Marvel is clearly not messing around when it comes to reprimanding its actors about revealing spoilers. The actor’s reaction is similar to that of Thor: Love and Thunder star Tessa Thompson’s previous remarks, with the actress expressing nervousness when talking about the Phase 4 project during interviews.