Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield Says Leaked No Way Home Image Is Photoshopped
Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield Claims That The Leaked Spider-Man Image Is Photoshopped: Andrew Garfield, Amazing Spider-Man’s star, insists that a leaked photo of him working on Marvel’s No Way Home set may have been photoshopped.
Andrew Garfield, actor, responded in a definitive way to the leak of a behind-the-scenes photograph that seems to show him on the set for Spider-Man: The Way Home.
Garfield was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he joked about his ignorance of the possibility that No Way Home might feature him as a star. He had previously been the title hero in Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and its sequel (2014). “I had no idea!” He laughed.
Fallon asked Garfield whether he had seen the behind-the scenes photo that shows him on No Way Home. Garfield replied, “Well, if I show you the photo, then I can tell whether it’s mine or a real thing.” Fallon explained that the photo was “wiped off the internet.”
Garfield stated, to the protests of the studio audience, that he had heard about it. It was there. It’s Photoshop. A behind-the-scenes video of No Way Home was leaked online recently. It showed Garfield posing in front of a screen that resembled Peter Parker in the Amazing Spider-Man films. Garfield said to Jimmy Fallon, “I’m trying manage expectations.” “Listen, they can call me at this late, late stage, but I’m still here in my tracksuit.”
The first trailer for No Way Home has been released. It confirmed that Alfred Molina will be returning as Doctor Octopus in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films. Green Goblin was also confirmed. Also, it was known that Jamie Foxx would be reprising his Amazing Spider-Man 2 character Electro in No Way Home. This has led to speculations that Garfield might also be in the film.
Spider-Man: The Way Home will be in theaters Dec. 17.