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Andrew Garfield was happy to lie about his participation in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”


It’s been almost a month since Spider-Man: No Way Home came out, and Andrew Garfield couldn’t stop reveling in the little masquerade he had concocted for the fans. Because if the actor has put on the spider-man costume alongside Tobey Maguire and, of course, Tom Holland for the Marvel and Sony blockbuster, he has been trying to convince everyone otherwise for months .

“I kept picturing myself purely as a fan of the character, which isn’t hard to do,” Andrew Garfield said in an interview with The Wrap, in order to justify his lie while claiming to have “Horred to lie”. But very quickly, the star forgot his moods to take pleasure in playing this prank that he did not hesitate to compare to a game of werewolves.

“If you’re the werewolf, your heart sinks because you know you have a few stressful hours ahead of you. You’re going to have to lie in front of your friends and try to convince them that you’re not the bad guy in the game. But, actually, I was jubilant,” he continued.

Happy with him

In the end, Andrew Garfield always kept in sight the reaction of the fans when discovering the pot of roses in the cinema, which reinforced him all the more in his role of liar. “I was happy to do it, but it was a lot of work for everyone. It obviously gave people a nice shiver of excitement in the dark rooms, and what more could you want from a cinematic experience? “, he continued.

Finally, Andrew Garfield will have gone so far as to go discreetly to see the film in theaters accompanied by Tobey Maguire just to see the reaction of the spectators as he confided to Entertainment Tonight. Well, for someone who doesn’t like to lie, the actor had a blast fooling Spider-Man fans!


Janice Thomas
Janice Thomas is a content editor at 24 News Recorder. She has 5 years of journalism experience and she he is a graduate of Wittenberg University and holds a master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.


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