Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Andrew Garfield Reveals The ‘Fun’ Of Lying To Everyone About His Return


Besides their popularity, comic book movies are known for their secrets and security. As such, actors are responsible for keeping each upcoming marvel movies secrets. Spider-Man: No Coming HomeAndrew Garfield knows this all too well, because he denied his return as Peter Parker for months before the release of the project. And Garfield recently revealed the “pleasure” of lying to everyone about his comeback.

Andrew Garfield had a ton of projects to promote before the release of Spider-Man: No Coming Homeincluding Tick, tick…BOOM! and Tammy Faye’s eyes. And as such, he was constantly questioned about his alleged role in the Marvel blockbuster. Since the truth came to light, Garfield has taken great grief for his continued lying, including during a recent appearance on View. It was there that he revealed the pleasure of keeping this secret, saying:

The company requires you to do this. But it’s also fun to do. You’re planning a surprise party for people and they tell us the surprise is happening and you’re like, there’s no surprise party.

Well, that certainly makes deception delicious. Clearly, Andrew Garfield’s hands were tied and he was forbidden to reveal his role in Spider-Man: No Coming Home. But the analogy he draws with a surprise birthday definitely captures the excitement he probably felt every time he had to dodge a question about playing Peter Parker alongside Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland.

Andrew Garfield’s comments on View to come as he was promoting his new miniseries Under the banner of heaven. Eventually, the conversation turned to his time as Spider-Man and his (undercover) acclaimed performance in Jon Watts. No coming home. Garfield joked that his credibility was gone forever after lying on the film, though that didn’t stop the show’s hosts from asking questions about his potential future as a web slinger.

As mentioned earlier, Andrew Garfield’s performance in Spider-Man: No Coming Home has been universally acclaimed on the record film release. the Social network The actor stole every scene he was in, hilariously playing the trio’s middle child Peter Parker. He was also able to finally redeem himself for the death of Emma Stone’s Gwen Stacy, leading to calls from fans hoping to see The Amazing Spider-Man 3 actually happen.

With the MCU relying heavily on the multiverse during phase four, it feels like anything is possible in the future, including another appearance by Andrew Garfield and/or Tobey Maguire. Sony apparently has plans for a new live-action Spider-Man trilogy, so maybe we’ll see another wild crossover. Only time will tell.

The next installment in the MCU is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness May 6. lIn the meantime, consult the 2022 movie release dates to plan your next cinematic experience.


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