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Andrew Garfield declares he was ‘totally unmodified’ in Spider-Man suit while promoting Hulu series

Andrew Garfield declares he was 'totally unmodified' in Spider-Man suit while promoting Hulu series 2

Andrew Garfield declares he was ‘totally unmodified’ in Spider-Man suit while promoting Hulu series

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Andrew Garfield declared that he was ‘totally unmodified’ in his Spider-Man suit while visiting Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday to promote his latest project.

The 38-year-old actor while promoting his new Hulu true crime miniseries Under The Banner Of Heaven was asked by Seth, 48, to address a Spider-Man suit controversy.

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Seth revealed that his Spider-Man: No Way Home co-star Tom Holland, 25, was on his show while promoting the superhero blockbuster and said something.

Totally unmodified: Andrew Garfield declared that he was 'totally unmodified' in his Spider-Man suit while visiting Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday to promote his latest project

Totally unmodified: Andrew Garfield declared that he was ‘totally unmodified’ in his Spider-Man suit while visiting Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday to promote his latest project

‘What happened?,’ Andrew asked.

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‘Well, he was talking about, you know, there were three Spider-Men in that last movie and you were one of them and he was one of them, and one suit…. Let’s just take a look really quick,’ Seth said.

He then shared a clip of Tom on the talk show saying, ‘I’ll give you a spoiler, and I’m not gonna tell you who, but one of us has a fake ass in their suit.’

‘Really? Wow,’ Seth responded.

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Marvel blockbuster: Andrew, Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire are shown in a behind the scenes moment while shooting Spider-Man: No Way Home

Marvel blockbuster: Andrew, Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire are shown in a behind the scenes moment while shooting Spider-Man: No Way Home

‘You can figure that out for yourselves,’ Tom said in the clip.

Andrew laughed while watching his co-star.

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‘He’s just stirring the pot, old Tom. He can’t help himself. You know, there’s an expression that we have in entertainment, which is, we want to put bums on seats,’ Andrew said.

Past clip: Seth shared a clip of Tom on the talk show saying, 'I'll give you a spoiler, and I'm not gonna tell you who, but one of us has a fake ass in their suit'

Past clip: Seth shared a clip of Tom on the talk show saying, ‘I’ll give you a spoiler, and I’m not gonna tell you who, but one of us has a fake ass in their suit’

‘You know, we want to get the audience sat and paying their tickets, and Tom is pretty great at creating subgenres of games for you all, while you’re in the cinema going, “Well, that butt doesn’t look real. Tobey’s looks like it might be real. Could Andrew have that much ass? Maybe, potentially”,’ Andrew said referencing their co-star Tobey Maguire, 46.

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‘So it seems like we’re not gonna get an answer from you,’ Seth said.

‘All I know is, is that I am totally unmodified, and that’s all I can share. And, I think, Tom is very good at marketing,’ Andrew said.

Marketing move: 'All I know is, is that I am totally unmodified, and that's all I can share. And, I think, Tom is very good at marketing,' Andrew said

Marketing move: ‘All I know is, is that I am totally unmodified, and that’s all I can share. And, I think, Tom is very good at marketing,’ Andrew said

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Under The Banner Of Heaven premiered on Thursday on FX on Hulu.

Andrew described the miniseries based on the book by Jon Krakauer as a ‘dissection of the Mormon faith and the history of Mormonism and connecting it to a modern kind of awful murder event that happened in the ’80s in Utah.’

The actor while promoting Under The Banner Of Heaven earlier on Thursday on The View clarified that he is not quitting or retiring from acting, but he just wants to take a ‘break’ for perhaps ‘a month or two’.

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True crime: Andrew described the miniseries based on the book by Jon Krakauer as a 'dissection of the Mormon faith and the history of Mormonism and connecting it to a modern kind of awful murder event that happened in the '80s in Utah'

True crime: Andrew described the miniseries based on the book by Jon Krakauer as a ‘dissection of the Mormon faith and the history of Mormonism and connecting it to a modern kind of awful murder event that happened in the ’80s in Utah’

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