There have been as many rumors about superhero cinema as few movies. Spider-Man: No Way HomeAs with almost every live-action character in the mythos, the myths have been rumored to return at one point or another. Regardless, those actors rumored to have appeared — we’re looking at you, Andrew Garfield — managed to keep things on lock until the film’s release. It was almost zero for everyone, however, when Jamie Foxx had to set up the first time when Garfield, Tom Holland, and Tobey Maguire were together.
Foxx made the revelation during a press stop for Netflix day shifttelling cinema bland That he almost went live from the sets to celebrate this momentous occasion.
“I almost blew it. As soon as I got on set and all three were Spider-Man, I was like, ‘Ah, we’re going to have baby live here,'” Garfield told the outlet. “And someone just blew up at me like I was on fire. But I think they did a great job doing that, brought some mystery because I think it was needed to get people back to the theatre.”
He continued, “I think the same muscle that is flexible Spider Man Where you see these incredible stunts, you get to flex, you see this incredible comedy, and you see an incredible cast.”
Despite all the rumours, actors like Garfield never succumbed to pressure – even after months of being under pressure.
“It was stressful, I’m not going to lie,” shared Garfield wrap, “It was rather stressful, but also oddly enjoyable.” He continued, “It was like this giant game of werewolf that I was playing with journalists and guessing people, and it was a lot of fun … there were moments where I was like, ‘God, I have to lie. hate to.’ I don’t like lies and I’m not a good liar, but I kept framing it as a game. And I kept imagining myself completely as a fan of the character, which isn’t hard to do.”
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