That’s a real quote of Andrew Garfield. The Spiderman franchise starring Garfield  weren’t very successful with the public and critics, and didn’t make it to a third movie. Garfield recently spoke out about his time in the role in an interview for his new movie 99 Homes, and thinks he failed in many ways:

I thought I was going to be Spider-Man, you know? I went into it going… ego shit came in. It’s like, ‘Okay, here it is. I’m fucking Spider-Man. I fucking made it.’ All that shit. [laughs] I didn’t actually make it. I was never Spider-Man.

I never felt like I was able to do enough. And I couldn’t rescue those films…even though I didn’t sleep. [laughs] And I wanted to… not to say that I needed to rescue those films, but I couldn’t make them as deep and soulful and… life-giving as I could ever dream. And I’m never gonna be able to do that, with any film. It was especially difficult in that situation because… well, just because.

Andrew Garfield seems to be implying that the character means so much to so many people, including himself. The actor paid tribute to Spider-Man during the first Comic-Con after he was cast in the role, and he knows how important Peter Parker is, which is probably why he’s taking the criticism so hard. Now that the filming rights were transferred to Marvel Studios to be a part of MCU, Spiderman is expected to make a full recovery.

Tom Holland is the actor cast as the new Spiderman to replace Garfield and will make his first appearance in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War next May. Later on, a new stand-alone Spiderman movie is scheduled for 2017. Garfield says he is looking forward to seeing him take over the role.

“He’s just a brilliant actor,” he told E! News a few weeks ago. “I can’t wait to watch. I just can’t wait to be a fan again and just watch and enjoy myself watching.”

Personally, I never believed in rebooting the story so soon after the Sam Reimi trilogy, but liked Garfield better as Peter Parker than Tobie McGuire, and Emma Stone was a lovely addition. Now lets just hope it will not be a full reboot and uncle Ben will not have to die again.

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Marvel‘s Captain America: Civil War, directed by the Russo Brothers, has officially wrapped its five-month shoot and we now have a few more set photos for you, probably the last ones. The pics were posted on Reddit and include some shots of the stars and/or stunt doubles from the set in Leipzig, Germany featuring a first look at Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) in his suit alongside Captain America (Chris Evans), as well as  Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and War Machine (Don Cheadle) in suits alongside Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.). Also spotted, The Winter Soldier (Alexnader Stan) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner). So far, no captures of Tom Holland as the new Spiderman.

 

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Last week we heard the news that Tom Holland had already filmed his scenes for Captain America: Civil War, and assumed that it was only cameo, just to break him in to the MCU as part of the new Marvel-Sony deal. But turns out the part is bigger than just a cameo.

According to Birth.Movies.Death, Tom Holland may have filmed his scenes, but they will be using stunt men and VFX to create a whole fight scene that Spider-Man will be a part of:

How many scenes will Spider-Man be in? I don’t know the exact number, but sources have recently made it clear to me that there’s more Spider-Man in this movie than I expected. Spider-Man doesn’t just swing by and say hi – gets his hands dirty in this Civil War. He fights. And his fight scene might be the one that really gets fandom excited – not because of how top tier the face-off will be, but because of how profoundly dorky and unlike any other big screen superhero fight it will be. 

 

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