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Andrew Garfield admits it was “a lot of fun” lying about his role in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.

The 38-year-old actor reprized his web-slinger role alongside compatriot Peter Parker Tobey Maguire and their successor Tom Holland in the Marvel blockbuster, but the trio had to keep the big surprise a secret until the film is coming to the big screen.

He told The Wrap: “It was like this huge werewolf game that I was playing with reporters and people guessing, and it was a lot of fun.

“There were times I was like, ‘God, I hate to lie. “I don’t like to lie and I’m not a good liar, but I continued to portray it as a game.

“And I continued to imagine myself purely as a fan of that character, which isn’t hard to do… I put myself in that position of, well, what would I like to know? Do you want to be played with? Do you want to be lied to?

“Would I like to be vigilant in guessing?” Would I want to find out when I go to the theater? Would I guess, guess, guess? “

In the end, Andrew realized that he would like to “lose [his] mind “watching the movie, rather than knowing everything that was going to happen.

He added: “I wish the actor would do an incredibly good job of convincing me that he wasn’t in there. And then I would like to lose my mind in the theater when my instincts turned out to be right. is what I would like. “

Fans were thrilled to see three generations of the character united on the big screen, and many are even calling for Garfield to return and complete his own standalone trilogy, after starring in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ and ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’.

He recently said, “I mean, yeah, definitely open to something if that felt right. Peter and Spider-Man, these characters are all about service, for the greater good and the many.

“He’s a working class boy from Queens who knows struggle and loss and is deeply empathetic.

“I would try to borrow Peter Parker’s ethical framework in that if there was an opportunity to step back and tell more of this story, I should feel very confident and sure of myself. “




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