Credit Jimmy Kimmel for trying, at least. When the late-night host had Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman on his show Wednesday night, he tried his best to squeeze any and all information out of Boseman regarding his work on Avengers: Infinity War, which was initially announced as a two-part sequence.
Kimmel asked Boseman if he was working on both, but Boseman would only admit to one. “You know, they’re like the CIA, so I gotta say I’m shooting one,” Boseman said.
“Oh I see,” Kimmel said. “But you are actually shooting two. Yeah.”
Next, Kimmel asked what other actors Boseman has been working with. Boseman admitted that he was working with Mark Ruffalo on the new film, which is new for their characters (Ruffalo’s Hulk had been absent from the debut of Boseman’s Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War). The actor also confirmed that the Guardians of the Galaxy would make an appearance, but admitted even his view of things was limited.
“I’m telling you, it’s so secret we don’t see every part of this,” Boseman said.
Watch the clip above.