Andrew Garfield admits he struggled stardom after venturing into the job of Spider-Man. Following Tobey Maguire’s stretch as the web-slinger in the early 2000s, Garfield was the close to take on the iconic job of Peter Parker when Sony rebooted the superhero. Preceding that, he was most popular for his job in David Fincher’s The Social Network. Garfield previously played Peter in 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man and then would repeat the job for the 2014 spin-off. However Sony had greater plans for its Amazing Spider-Man universe, they dwindled after the second movie got lukewarm responses from fans and pundits.
Garfield’s been thinking back on his time as Spider-Man a decent amount in the course of recent weeks. During a new visit to The Jonathan Ross Show (via CinemaBlend), he recalled what it resembled to abruptly reach a new degree of fame after accepting the job. It wasn’t something he delighted in or even wanted, Garfield admitted. He said:
It was. I sort of opposed it a ton. I was youthful. I was 25, 26- – despite the fact that that’s, you know, arguably an adult. At the point when I was 26, no I was not an adult. It was only a great deal to hold. I struggled to hold everything. I sort of dismissed it a great deal.
On the off chance that the bits of gossip end up being valid, however, he may be on the way to getting Marvel-sized attention once again. However Garfield has denied it, signs highlight him having a job in Spider-Man: No Way Home, which is said to feature past Spidey actors like him and Maguire. Leaked images appeared to show him on set, however Garfield demanded they were photoshopped. It appears to be far-fetched that he or Marvel will confirm anything until the movie arrives, so fans will have to show restraint for a bit longer. Regardless of whether or not Garfield plays Spider-Man again, he’s already made his mark on fans with his performance.