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Andrew Garfield on Tom Holland as New Spider-Man: I'm 'Excited' For Him!

Andrew Garfield on Tom Holland as New Spider-Man: I'm 'Excited' For Him!

Andrew Garfield poses with his Hacksaw Ridge co-star Vince Vaughn and director Mel Gibson at the 2016 Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday (November 6) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Mel was given the “Hollywood Director Award” at the big event.

Recently, former Spider-Man Andrew spoke out about Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man.

“To be honest, I would not have been able to work with Mel Gibson and Martin Scorsese if I had done Spider-Man 3. I’m incredibly grateful that I get to now go and watch another man play Spider-Man who I think is a fantastic actor in Tom Holland,” Andrew told Comic Book Movie. “You know what, it’s sliding doors, right? There are so many possible outcomes; so many positives and potential downsides to that situation. If I am being totally honest, I am so excited Spider-Man is back in the hands of Marvel. I think that’s a really awesome move. It was a move that I’ve been advocating since I was offered the Spider-Man gig five or six years ago. I’m also excited for Tom Holland. I think he’s a very emotional, truthful, funny, physical actor, and I love the filmmaker — it all really couldn’t be in any better hands. I’m really stoked for it.”

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