Spider-Man Star: “It was fun lying to the fans!”

Before the Marvel blockbuster Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters, actor Andrew Garfield had asserted several times that he would definitely not appear in the film.

Warning spoilers: As is now known, that was a plain and at the same time necessary lie. After all, one of the biggest surprises shouldn’t be revealed beforehand. But how did Garfield fare with this game of hide-and-seek? He has now commented on this.

What did Andrew Garfield say?

In an interview with The Wrap magazine, he explained how he dealt with the situation and what emotions arose in him. So it is on the one hand been very stressful, but also kind of fun at the same timeeven though he calls himself a bad liar. He also drew the comparison to a popular board game.

“I’ll be honest, it was stressful. It was quite stressful, but also, in a strange way, entertaining. (…) It was like this huge game of werewolf that I played with the journalists and people who speculated. That was very funny. There were moments when I thought, ‘My God, I hate lying’. I don’t like lying. I’m not a good liar either. But I imagined it to be a game kept imagining that I was a pure fan of the character myself, which wasn’t really difficult. (…) It was a rare experience to host this huge werewolf game with every single Spider-Man fan in the world. That was a lot of fun. “

That’s how successful Spider-Man: No Way Home was

Despite the ongoing corona pandemic, the new Spider-Man film broke numerous records and brought a lot of money into the coffers. So far, No Way Home has grossed more than 1.5 billion dollars worldwide, which is enough for the jump to eighth place in the hit list of the most successful films. In order to he stands right in front of The Avengers and Fast & Furious 7. Possibly Spider-Man: No Way Home (buy now € 22.99) climb one or the other place further up in the next few weeks.

Those: The Wrap

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