Clerks 3 chief Kevin Smith says Marvel Studios has a kind of “secret police” responsible for keeping spoilers in regards to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Since blasting onto the scene in 1994 with the arrival of his free parody Clerks, which offers in excess of a brief look into Smith’s partiality for mainstream society, the essayist/chief has become famous for his affection for sort movies and comic books. Smith as of late wrapped creation on the long awaited Clerks III, proceeding with his “Askewniverse.”
During a discussion on the most recent FatMan Beyond LIVE, Kevin Smith talked on something he as of late found out with regards to Marvel Studios’ notable affinity for mystery. As indicated by Smith, the studio has a “secret police”— those utilized by the studio to watch MCU privileged insights. Understand what Smith needed to say beneath:
“I don’t think this undermines anything they do or whatnot, yet I thought it was an intriguing tidbit, coming from inside the world through many sources I can’t tell you yet beautiful genuine. There is a Marvel secret police who, when things are being found, not just perspiration down the divisions, so when releases occur, not exclusively do the Marvel secret police sweat the offices to discover where the holes sprang from, they likewise bargain in deception. We know this in however much you’ll go to tryouts and read lines that steer clear of what you’re trying out for. They’re all around rehearsed at the specialty of like ‘investigate here,’ they like to maintain their mysteries around there… [For example,] they pass on extra call sheets where they attract references to characters that are notable that don’t exist. So they lay little snares in the call sheets to check whether it gets given and afterward attempt to discover the breaks in this way.”
Similar to the case with set photographs from Avengers: Endgame, spills are here and there useful for films. Bug Man: No Way Home is ready to see the arrival of characters from past Sony establishments, including miscreants like Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx), and their separate Spider-Men (Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield). While the last isn’t affirmed, breaks, meetings, and by and large press are assisting with making No Way Home the most expected film since Endgame. Being that there are undeniably less holes concerning Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, this could be all important for the “secret police”s plan. Concerning Smith, the producer is, as a matter of first importance, an expert fan, and is as amped up for impending MCU films as anybody.