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Andrew Garfield has officially reached his Spider-Man breaking point. Answering fan questions on the internet for a new GQ video, the actor implored the public to stop asking if he will appear in No Way Home (opening in theaters next month), which sees the return of iconic villains like Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin and Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus.
"Listen, at this point...I'm done," he said, reiterating that a supposedly leaked photo of him on the No Way Home set was a work of Photoshop trickery. "We'll all find out when the movie comes out and we'll either be very disappointed or we'll be very happy or someone will say, 'I told you so.' And then another person will say, 'But I told you so.' We'll all find, I'm sorry in advance."
Look, the odds are good — very good, in fact — that Andrew and Tobey are probably in the film. But Hollywood has these pesky little legal documents called non-disclosure agreements and no matter how many times you try to pry a secret out of an actor, they are contractually obligated to deflect and deny. So please, for the love of all that is good and holy, stop harassing these people and just wait a few weeks.
You can watch the full GQ video below (the Spidey bit arrives at 10:46):
Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios released a new trailer for the upcoming film earlier this week and fans think that the Brazilian version of the footage confirms the presence of other Peter Parkers. Eagle-eyed viewers are pointing to what looks to be an editing oversight in which the Lizard (the baddie from the The Amazing Spider-Man) is punched by an invisible force.
"It's f—ing hilarious to me. Because I do have this Twitter account and I see how often 'Spider-Man' is trending and it's like people freaking out about a thing," Garfield said back in May when rumors of his involvement began to circulate. "I wish I could just be able to speak to everyone and say, 'I recommend that you chill.' Listen, I can't speak for anything else, but for myself. They might be doing something, but I ain't got a call."
Tom Holland, the current actor in the role of Peter Parker, has described the film as "the most ambitious standalone superhero movie ever made." Whether that description alludes to Spider-Men of eras past, we'll have an answer one way or another when No Way Home opens in theaters everywhere Friday, Dec. 17.