The actor was on Jimmy Kimmel last night and began by playing the infamous clip of Mark Ruffalo freely giving away the ending to 'Avengers: Infinity War' before anyone had the chance to see it. The next Avengers movie arrives in theaters in April 2019.
Kimmel followed up by asking if Cheadle and Ruffalo experienced any real fallout from Disney and Marvel after the interview, and while Cheadle said "not really", he did joke that Ruffalo is now banned from doing any movie publicity at all. Ruffalo's shift from "half" to "everybody" was meant as some kind of "I'm just kidding cover", but Cheadle's expression told the story, and Ruffalo's place among the most prominent Marvel spoilers - including Chris Pratt and Tom Holland - was secure. "You can't go on the run without it affecting you emotionally, so I think all of those characters, but specifically the ones who survived Infinity War, Cap and Natasha, you will see them with a much harder edge".More news: Man shot dead at Spanish police station in possible terror attack
Cheadle is just happy it stopped there. Avengers 4 is set to release in May 2018 and will be a conclusion to the world of the Avengers as fans know it.
Avengers Infinity War's post-credit scene is the biggest clue as to what we can expect from the Marvel Universe next. You can check out a video of Cheadle's appearance below.More news: Analysts on iPhone 2018 prices: top model to remain at $1,000
Suffice it to say, Josh Brolin's Mad Titan is a force to be reckoned with, and early on in the development of Infinity War, Marvel's effects team nearly dialed things up to 11 with a massive sea of blood to represent the blood of his victims.More news: Transfer News Arsenal confident of new Ramsey deal 3 hours ago