Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire go undercover together for a screening of Spider-Man: No Way Home. Both are also compact to cover their roles in the film. “I can’t believe it happened,” Garfield told Entertainment Tonight, according to People.
“I sneaked into the theater on opening night and watched while wearing a baseball cap and mask. In fact, I also went with Tobey. Me and Tobey sneaked into the theater together and no one knew we were there. It was truly a wonderful experience to share. together,” said Garfield again.
Garfield said, the brotherly relationship he had with Tobey also developed into the current Spider-Man actor, Tom Holland. “In fact, I was able to be one of those people in costume side-by-side with my real Spider-Man hero, Tobey Maguire, and the brilliant, incredibly talented, sincere, funny, kind, sweet and perfect Spider-Man, Tom Holland.” Garfield added.
I can be in their midst, I can admire my older brother (Tobey), also protect my younger brother (Tom),” he said again. The film is the first pandemic-era film to break the $1 billion box office mark. This record comes just 12 days after the film premiered on December 15, 2021.
According to Box Office Mojo’s report, Monday (27/12) Indonesian time, Spider-Man: No Way Home globally earned US$1.054 billion or equivalent to Rp. 14.9 trillion.