Rachel Weisz says she doesn't try to get James Bond spoilers out of her husband Daniel Craig, as she'd rather know as little as possible when she sits down to watch the movies for the first time.
While promoting Marvel's Black Widow, in which she plays the titular hero's adoptive mother Melina Vostokoff, the Oscar winner was asked who's the loosest-lipped at home when it comes to spilling the beans about their respective franchises.
"You know something, we really don't talk about our work very much," Weisz laughed as she chatted with ComicBook's Brandon Davis. "I think that's one thing that we're quite similar in we like to really take a break. So we're quite secretive about our work.
"We just don't really talk about it that much. I love seeing his work, but I don't want it ruined by talking about it first."
In the same interview, Weisz went on to say that she would be "very interested" in reprising the role of Russian scientist Melina in any future MCU instalments. In the comics, Melina goes on to become known as Iron Maiden, having become resentful after years of living in the legendary Black Widow's shadow.
While the new movie alluded to her literary story as part of a narrative fake-out, its version of Melina seems a bit more friendly. Whether she'll stay that way though, if she were to return within Phase 4, is anyone's guess.
Set during the events of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, Black Widow sees Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) team up with her estranged "family" and attempt to take down the Red Room, the training program that brainwashed her and forced her to undergo awful medical procedures when she was younger.
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