MCU shot down spy drone on 'Secret Invasion' set

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Samuel L. Jackson also revealed the detail about the other drone, which was not taken down in the air
Samuel L. Jackson also revealed the detail about the other drone, which was not taken down in the air

Marvel is ridiculously protective of its projects to prevent any embarrassing leak as the stakes in the multi-billionaire dollar universe are extremely high.

Revealing in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Samuel L. Jackson has said the studio went to extreme lengths to protect the privacy of The Secret Invasion as they shot down one flying drone hovering above the set of the new Disney+ series, which was feared to be in the quest to leak spoilers.

The veteran star also added the production tracked another drone to its pilot and nabbed him.

"They shot one down. And they followed one back to where the dude was. They found him, and, yeah, they got him."

Earlier, Emilia Clarke, also part of the show, revealed her scary casting experience after a "[terrifying]" video meeting with Marvel's security team that led her to be scared someone would "come and kill [her]:."

"I was like, 'I think a man's going to come and kill me if I say anything.'"

The Iron Man actor Don Cheadle, who also appeared in Secret Invasion, took a funny dig at MCU's infamous leakers Spider-Man's Tom Holland and Hulk's Mark Ruffalo.

"They didn't just hold up a picture of Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland and say, 'Don't be like these guys?'"