Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire were conspicuous by their absence from 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'.
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The classic saying goes “you should never meet your heroes” and more often than not that is the case.More than a few Hollywood stars are not as nice as their onscreen characters and prefer not to have their personal space invaded by strangers, no matter how many times you watched their last movie at the cinema.However, there are just as many famous people who don’t actually mind taking a selfie or signing an autograph so here are 18 stars you might want to say hello to, or avoid, next time you see them out and about.READ MOREWill Marvel address Hank Pym’s dark past?Cavill thinks M:I6 could land him Bond roleHotel Artemis director paid for props on his credit card
Soon, Andrew Garfield will add another notch to his IMDb résumé: starring in a Martin Scorsese film. The 32-year-old actor will play a Jesuit priest in the filmmaker’s 2016 movie Silence. The drama, co-starring Michael Shannon and Laura Dern, stars Garfield as a financially strapped single father struggling to make ends meet.
Andrew Garfield arrives at Hollywood Foreign Press Association Hosts Annual Grants Banquet on August 13, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. After a four-year stint as Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield has passed his great powers and responsibilities along to newcomer Tom Holland — and he seems relieved that his web-slinging days are over. The star of 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man and its 2014 sequel, Garfield has been a passionate fan of the Marvel comics character since childhood.