Tom Holland Responds With the Perfect 'Wrong Caption' to Mark Ruffalo's Funny Avengers: Endgame BTS Still
Mark Ruffalo shares a new Avengers: Endgame BTS still. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Mark Ruffalo had shared a new Avengers: Endgame photo from the sets on Sunday. The Hulk actor tweeted two pictures which showed himself along with Spider-Man actor Tom Holland and also Don Cheadle who is popular in the films as War Machine. It was a weird picture mainly because all three were seen wearing motion capture suits and had their hands stretched out. Ruffalo posted the picture asking users to caption and give"wrong answers only."Spider-Man Far From Home Box Office Collection: Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal's Film Is Inching Towards Rs 100 Crore Club in India, Mints Rs 73.16 Crore.

While Twitter users came up with hilarious responses for it, Tom Holland too has now responded to it and it is funny. The Spider-Man: Far From Home actor wrote, "Christmas tree mocap bros." We are sure Mark wasn't expecting this response but it certainly fits his 'wrong answers' category.

Check out the tweet here:

Holland was recently in Spider-Man: Far From Home which is nearing a total of $850 million worldwide. The film took a brilliant start and has managed to keep up its run at the box office. Recently, Holland took to Instagram to thank his fans for supporting and loving Spidey. He wrote. "I cannot believe how well Spiderman far from home is doing in the theatres. Thank you to everyone worldwide who has put us at number 1. Your support means the world. Thank you thank you thank you."  Spider-Man: Far From Home US Box Office Collections: Tom Holland's Marvel Film Rakes in $185 Million in Six Days

Avengers: Endgame, on the other hand, is merely short of $7 million from beating James Cameron's Avatar to become the highest-grossing film of all time. As per Variety, the Marvel Cinematic Universe film, earned $2.8 million, worldwide, this weekend. This brings the movie's magic number to $2.78 billion worldwide but Avatar's worldwide collection is $2.788 billion.