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Andrew Garfield Reveals the Only 3 People He Told About 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Cameo

Andrew Garfield only trusted three people with the news that he would make his return to the Spider-Man franchise in. During an appearance on Monday's , the 38-year-old actor, who played the web-slinging superhero in two previous Spider-Man films — 2012's and its 2014 sequel -- shares who he let in on his secret.

 “I lied to people for a good two years, and I lied to the internet for two years and it felt great,” he tells host Ellen DeGeneres before revealing the three people he shared the exciting news with. “My dad, my brother and my mother -- at the time -- just kind of us.«Fans were delighted to see that, after months of speculation and rumors, Garfield joined his fellow Peter Parkers -- Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire (who played Spider-Man from 2002-2007) — on-screen in the new film.   When it comes to the fans' reaction, the star was happy he could pull it off.

“It felt like I was part of organizing a surprise birthday party for a group of people who I knew would appreciate it,” he says.  Garfield didn’t just lie to the fans.

In a recent interview, actor shared that he kept the secret from his ex-girlfriend and co-star, Emma Stone. “Emma kept on texting me and she was like, 'Are you in this new Spider-Man film? And I was like, 'I don't know what you're talking about,'» he said on the podcast.

«She was like, 'Shut up, just tell me.' I was like, 'I honestly don't even know what you're...' I kept it cone [of silence] even with her, it was hilarious.» Earlier this month, the actor spoke with ET about the chance to suit up next to Holland and Maguire for the film. “The fact that I get to be one of those people wearing the suit next to my actual Spider-Man hero, Tobey Maguire, and the brilliant, incredibly talented,

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Andrew Garfield only trusted three people with the news that he would make his return to the Spider-Man franchise in. During an appearance on Monday's , the 38-year-old actor, who played the web-slinging superhero in two previous Spider-Man films — 2012's and its 2014 sequel -- shares who he let in on his secret.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has become the sixth highest grossing film of all time at the box office, currently collecting a huge $1.69billion (£1.25bn).The film, which was released last month, became the first Hollywood film to gross over $1bn since 2019, reaching the milestone in just 12 days.As Deadline report, the Tom Holland-starring film, which sat in eighth in the all-time list until recently, has now overtaken Jurassic World ($1.67bn) and The Lion King ($1.662bn), with a current taking of $970.1m at the international box office.No Way Home is the first film to gross $1billion since the COVID-19 pandemic started. The last film to make as much was Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, which landed in December of 2019.The new film marks the end of the Homecoming trilogy, the first collaboration between Sony (which owns the film rights to Spider-Man and a litany of related characters) and Marvel Studios.

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