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Andrew Garfield: Spidey Suit for 'EW' Cover!

Andrew Garfield: Spidey Suit for 'EW' Cover!

Andrew Garfield feels his Spidey senses tingling on the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s latest issue, on newsstands Friday (July 15).

Here’s what the 27-year-old English actor, who will hit the big screen in The Amazing Spider-Man next year, had to share:

On relating to Peter Parker: “I always felt stronger inside than I looked on the outside, which got me into trouble. I related to Peter Parker so much because I felt like someone else inside. I loved the comic books and the animated TV series, and I even dressed up as Spider-Man as a kid. My brother was Superman.”

On checking out the first Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire Spidey film: “That rekindled everything. I bought a pirated copy on Portobello Road and watched it over and over with my buddy Terry. The action sequences were so expansive and breathtaking, with Tobey swinging through the air. It just floored me!”

Andrew’s co-star, Emma Stone, on wanting to make the film relatable: “When I’m watching movies like this, if I don’t find something I can relate to story-wise and character-wise, it’s just a bunch of noise. You feel like a 4-year-old watching fireworks. With [director Marc Webb], you just know that the film will be grounded in reality.”

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    Peter Karl Says:

    Sony got rid of Tobey Maguire as Spiderman because they knew he was perfect for the part as even creator Stan Lee was able to enjoy it. But when Sony found out Stan Lee was not asian and that he was even jewish, they got really aggrivated. And, since Sony Company is located in the country with the highest number of suicides in the world, they wanted to share thier greif and aggrivations with everyone else. So they found some sexualy frustrated geek with no knowledge, no abiltiy, no talent and no acting experiances except trying to get on dates. This guy is so bad at being Spider guy, the Sony Entertainment has had to change the release date for this movie six times over the past four years. Face it Sony, you don’t like to have winners on your team. When you decide to go back to Tobey Maguire you will see success but, you voted on James Garfield who was told to change his name to Andrew. And just as our exPresident Garfield only served one term in office, your Andrew Garfield will only make one movie as spiderman.

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