Being in a Marvel movie is, according to Disney, a serious and serious matter.
The most recent proof of this is in a story told by actress Emma Fuhrmann, who played an older Cbadie Lang in Avengers: end of the game. She recently told ComicBook.com that, after posting what she believed was an innocuous image on Instagram, she received an alarming visit from the Marvel security people.
Then, I had arrived in Atlanta to film, and there was a beautiful sunset. I took a picture of the sunset and I posted it on my Instagram story, and I just tagged the location, Atlanta, Georgia. The next day, [Marvel’s] The security chief came to my trailer and told me about how I can not post that. I was like, "Well, I was not going to say I was on the set you know, Game over or something like that, "and they said," No, we understand, you're not the first person we had to talk about this today, but I've had people call me all day trying to figure out where you're going. to be filming ", and that was something like" Well, well, this is real. "It could not have been more real, I really did not understand how big Marvel was, and what impact it had."
Oh Uh Yikes The security of the film set is not a joke. Welcome to Marvel, and do not post photos. Because everyone is interested, and everyone will ask a million questions. Even if it's just a beautiful sunset.
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