We’ll finally know for sure when Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives in theaters on December 17.
If it does, Andrew Garfield is going about this all wrong. A subtle “No comment” is more professional than a string of blatant lies to a fanbase that hangs on his every word.
Until then, wait for the next creative way that Andrew Garfield denies his continued involvement in what might end up being a revolutionary Spider-Man movie… or the biggest prank on a loyal fanbase.
Even if he’s under an NDA, there are better ways to alert the fanbase that the rumors are untrue.
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