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Director Marc Webb confirms the casting of the 'Office' actor through a new behind-the-scene picture from the 'Amazing Spider-Man' sequel.
Confirming he will have a redesigned costume in the upcoming Spidey movie, Andrew also dishes on his intention to explore Peter's life but still focuses on the character's orphan theme.
While Garfield and director Marc Webb are officially sealed to return to the 'Amazing Spider-Man' sequel, Columbia Pictures states that Stone is still 'expected' to reprise her role as Gwen Stacy.
During the special screening at the Odeon Leicester Square, the Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy depicters are joined by their co-star Rhys Ifans who brings color to the red carpet with his green suit.
The lead actor in the upcoming Spidey movie admits that wearing the skin-tight costume is very uncomfortable especially because he is totally naked under the blue and red suit.
Garfield says that Peter Parker finds his true love in Gwen Stacy, while Stone promises that there will be an iconic first kiss which is different from the famous 'upside down' version.
Coming out as if he is a superhero geek, the Spider-Man depicter declares during his speech at the movie panel that Spider-Man saved his life.
The three actors are reportedly looked at for Tetsuo, while Michael Fassbender, Chris Pine or Justin Timberlake may play Kaneda.
The suit brings forward the skinny Spider-Man and has what looks like web-shooters attached to the wrist.
Stone's 'Spider-Man' co-star Andrew Garfield also vies for the nod, while Gemma Arterton says she is 'thrilled' for being mentioned as one of the contenders.
The actor was pictured sharing a smooch with Emma Stone while filming the movie at a school in Los Angeles on January 4.
The film's cast, Justin Timberlake, almost got his head hit with a microphone boom which was dropped by a cameraman on the red carpet of the September 24 event.