I love how she spins allll the way around in the last one lol
[In American accent]: This might be the most incredible day of my life. I’ve always wanted to come to Comic-Con in Hall H as Spiderman with all of you guys, it’s always been a dream of mine… [takes off mask] so thanks for having me.
You have no idea how much this means to me… I’ve always wanted to come here as a fan, and this is my first time, so here I am as a fan. I just wanted to say a couple of things - I’m Andrew Garfield, and I’m gonna be introducing this amazing Spiderman panel.
Stan Lee says that the reason why Spidey is so popular is because all of us can relate to him, and I agree. I needed Spidey in my life when I was a kid, and he gave me hope. In every comic I read, he was living out my and every skinny boy’s fantasy of being stronger, of being free of the body I was born into, and that swinging sensation of flight. And upon receiving his power, unlike most who have become corrupted, he used it for good. And I think that we all wish we had the courage to stick up for ourselves more, to stick up for a loved one more, or even a stranger you see being mistreated, and Peter Parker has inspired me to feel stronger. He made me, Andrew, braver. He reassured me that by doing the right thing, it’s worth it. It’s worth the struggle, it’s worth the pain, it’s worth even the tears, the bruises, and the blood, and I wouldn’t be able to stand here in front of you guys right now without feeling that Spiderman is here with me, with his reassuring hand on my shoulder making sure I don’t fall over and concuss myself.
He’s inspired countless people - all of us - and he’s saved lives, and he’s saved my life. This is the coolest moment of my life, and thank you for being here to share it with me.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2012 - leaked trailer
Yes, I’ve been looking for this all day! First thoughts: huh, they went dark and angsty, Batman Begins-style. I was hoping this would be a slightly lighter take, just because it’s a shame to waste the comedic timing and charm of Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. But on the other hand, I effing love Batman Begins, so there are worse movies to emulate.
Urrggghhh, where is my work copy of Entertainment Weekly? If someone stole it out of my inbox I will hunt to kill.
This is a VERY good thing to see at the top of my dashboard first thing in the morning. The only problem is, I get Entertainment Weekly through work, and it’s delivered on Fridays, but I have tomorrow off. I’ll have to wait a whole three extra days to get my own copy. Woe woe woe!
This is the sort of thing my boss emails me about. And then I go into his office to discuss it, and he criticizes Andrew Garfield’s beanie as being unseasonal. But c’mon, those rolled up sleeves are super cute, and the fact that he was shopping for back issues of Spider-Man? The cutest.
I saw a filming sign for Fiona’s Tale (which is the Spiderman code name for some mysterious reason) along 48th St by 6th Avenue today, so I guess they’ll be around Rockefeller Center this weekend. I would totally come to midtown on a Sunday but I’m a little worried the crew members will recognize me as that girl who watched them film for three hours last Sunday…
In a lot of these set photos, I’ve been thinking mean thoughts about how he looks too old to be a high school student, but I’ll take it back—on the set he looked young enough to pass as a teenager. Maybe a sixth year senior, but still.