Spider-Man Actor Andrew Garfield Claims Leaked No Way Home Image is Photoshopped

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
September 14, 2021  11:41 AM

We're three months away from the premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home and fans have eagerly been awaiting Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures' confirmation regarding Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's rumored involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe flick. Naturally, both studios have been trying their best to avoid questions about Tobey and Andrew's alleged appearance in the film, even going as far as debunking them long before the trailer got released.



Andrew has been asked about it countless times over the last couple of months and the British actor has dismissed the rumors on several occasions. Of course, fans and mainstream media aren't buying any of his claims and unsurprisingly, he was once again put on the hot seat during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Of course, Garfield was trying to play coy at first when Fallon asked him about the photos that have circulated on social media days before No Way Home's official trailer dropped. In case you're not aware, alleged set images featuring Tobey and Andrew stunned social media a few weeks ago which were reportedly taken down by Sony.

In the end, the actor had no choice but to address the alleged leaks but he still remains firm on his denial. Admittedly, Andrew revealed that he's seen the said images but claims that they were digitally manipulated. He said: "I heard about it and I did see it and it’s a photoshop."

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Judging by his gestures and facial reactions, one can totally tell that Andrew does not do a decent job of hiding his involvement in the film. If anything, the truth only comes out the more he tries to play coy and act all naive about it. In his defense though, I guess no matter how many times you prepare for that specific question, it's still tough to answer when you've been put on the spot.


Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in cinemas on December 17, 2021.

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