Andrew Garfield opened up about the Spider-Man: No Way Home leak and how Sony Pictures reacted when photos of him and Tobey Maguire were released online.
Andrew Garfield reveals how Sony reacted Spider-Man: No Way Home leaks. Tom Holland and Jon Watts ’third MCU team-up is highly anticipated. In addition to following Spider-Man: Away From HomeThe final change in the game, fans were also interested in the ongoing rumors that they were each starring Sam Raimi and Marc Webb. Spider-Man the films come together to narrate it.
Amid countless, ongoing rumors, Sony and Marvel Studios are running a controlled marketing campaign Spider-Man: No Way Home in an effort to preserve the film’s secret. Its first trailer didn’t arrive until late August 2021, followed by a second that fell a few months later. As its premiere approached, the studios continued the hype by airing a barrage of TV spots and posters, but while the involvement of villains such as The Green Goblin by Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock, and Jamie Foxx’s Electro for prominently being used in promos, Garfield and Tobey Maguire’s appearances remain secret. However, a series of sales slips, covered in leaked images and videos, convinced fans that the two previous Spider-Men would finally show up.
See, both Maguire and Garfield repeat their roles in Marvel Spider-Man: No Way Home, and now, Garfield opens up about the experience. Talking to AngWrap, the actor revealed how he reacted to seeing the leaked images in the movie online. He said he was scared, but when he asked Sony, they told him they wouldn’t do it and recommended that he continue to deny his involvement if asked. Read his full comment below:
I worked hard to hide it that I was in the Atlanta shooting. All the leaks happened, and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, men, what the hell? I work hard here to keep it a secret, and then here’s an image of me with Tobey! ‘ And they said, ‘No, no, let’s keep it quiet.’ ‘All right, I’ll deny it.’ I’m happy to do this, but it’s a lot of work on everyone’s part. It obviously gives people a lot of excitement in theater, and what more could you want from a theater experience than a thrill?
Including poison leaks for Spider-Man: No Way Home pictures of Garfield, Maguire, and Holland together, which was mentioned by the actor in the said interview. There’s also a snap of Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, the first sign of his Netflix Daredevil series re-integrated with MCU in Phase 4. When they first appeared online, they could not be verified, as they were often shared online using fake accounts. But now that the film has been released, most if not all of the leaks have come true.
Producer Amy Pascal was asked about theirs spoiler issues for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and he stressed that spoilers ruin the filming experience for many, and they don’t want to give dignity to those who illegally release information and other content for a film before its premiere. Meanwhile, Kevin Feige of Marvel Studios also spoke about rumors and scammers, warning fans to watch out for their expectations, as over -investing in unofficial narrative details can lead to disappointment. In the end, however, the marketing team’s want-they-don’t-they tactic proved to be very successful despite any leak, and audiences around the world responded with No Pauli with great enthusiasm.
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