Which means Dave had no idea he was going to get dusted at the end of Infinity War.
“I got a little grief for this which I felt horrible for," Dave explained. "But you’re really kept in the dark for a lot of Marvel stuff, but for Infinity War and Endgame in particular you’re just really kept in the dark.
"I didn’t know how Infinity War ended. I had no idea. We shot all our stuff out of sequence, bits and pieces, so I was never privy to scripts. We shot it a little over a year straight, both Infinity War and Endgame, so I didn’t know which parts were gonna be in which movies. I was just really lost.
"But as we started doing press for Infinity War, I had been talking to the press openly about my work schedule and that I’d been filming for a year on both these films, not knowing how the first film was going to end and that we were going to disintegrate.
"So I was already talking about Guardians 3 and being in part two of Infinity War. And then when it came out and we all turned to dust I was like, 'Well maybe I shouldn't have said a few of those things'."
Dave's comments eventually made it to directors the Russo brothers, meaning he had to explain himself when they saw headlines reading: ‘Dave Bautista’s Giving Spoilers For Endgame'.
"I wasn’t at all," Dave added. "I was just talking very openly about my work schedule and that was before I knew that I was gonna be turned into dust!”
Avengers: Endgame is in cinemas now.
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