The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield cheerfully declared "I'm done" answering questions about his rumored involvement in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Fans have latched onto clues that the upcoming release starring Tom Holland will also feature guest appearances by Garfield and by Tobey Maguire, star of the 2002-2007 Spider-Man trilogy. Garfield referred to one tidbit -- a leaked behind-the-scenes photo that purported to show him on the No Way Home set -- during an appearance on GQ's "Actually Me." Addressing a question about the photo, Garfield said, "This is about this, this Spider-Man Photoshop thing that we talked about, and Jimmy Fallon. Listen, at this point, people just, like ... I'm done. Like, we'll find out when the movie comes out and we'll either be very disappointed, or we'll be very happy, or like, someone will say, 'I told you so.' And the other person was a bit, 'I told you so.' We'll all find out."
"I'm sorry in advance," he added.
On an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Garfield alleged that the photo in question was digitally altered. The actor has also deflected questions about a video leaked online purporting to show him on the No Way Home set in costume as Spider-Man in front of a green screen.
Trailers for No Way Home show Holland's version of Spider-Man having to contend with villains from Garfield and Maguire's Spider-Man movies: Doctor Octopus, Electro, Sandman, The Lizard and Green Goblin, five of the "Sinister Six" that their comic book counterpart has fought over the years. Some fans who have studied the second trailer have suggested Garfield and Maguire were digitally removed from the footage, so as to keep the surprise when the film is released.
A different leaked No Way Home photo appears to show Holland, Garfield and Maguire standing near each other in their respective Spider-Man costumes, sans masks. One more image appears to show Charlie Cox from the Marvel Netflix TV show Daredevil reprising his role as lawyer Matt Murdock, consulting with Holland's Peter Parker, his Aunt May and mentor Happy Hogan from the Iron Man films.
Spider-Man: No Way Home comes to theaters Dec. 17.
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