Andrew Garfield confirms he wore the EXACT same suit from The Amazing Spider-Man for Spider-Man: No Way Home

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Nearly a decade after he debuted as the new Peter Parker in Sony's 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield returned in Sony/Marvel's Spider-Man: No Way Home, and the actor just confirmed an amazing detail.

The 38-year-old actor played Peter/Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man and the 2014 sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2 alongside Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy.

Garfield confirmed in an interview on Josh Horowitz's Happy Sad Confused podcast that he actually wore the exact same suit from a decade earlier... though he had to hit the gym first.

Spidey: The 38-year-old actor played Peter/Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man and the 2014 sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2 alongside Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy

Same suit: Garfield confirmed in an interview on Josh Horowitz's Happy Sad Confused podcast that he actually wore the exact same suit from a decade earlier... though he had to hit the gym first

'Yeah. I still fit, bruh. No, I had to get in shape. I had to work on it with my trainer. I was very nervous about that,' Garfield admitted.

'I was very nervous. I was like, no one wants to see an old, fat guy in a Spider-Man costume,' Garfield added.

The movie features the return of both his version of Peter Parker and Tobey Maguire's Peter Parker from Sony's original Spider-Man trilogy directed by Sam Raimi.

In shape: 'Yeah. I still fit, bruh. No, I had to get in shape. I had to work on it with my trainer. I was very nervous about that,' Garfield admitted

Spider-Man: No Way Home begins to explore more fully the concept of the 'multiverse,' as it's revealed that both Andrew and Tobey's Peter Parker characters are each from completely different worlds that make up the 'multiverse.'

There had been rumors of both Garfield and Maguire's involvement for months, if not years, with Garfield himself revealing on Happy Sad Confused that he is most definitely not in the movie, which turned out to be a lie.

'It was really fun to do that and play that with you and to play it with all the people who watched that interview,' Garfield admitted, adding he's, 'kind of sad it's over.'

Multiverse: Spider-Man: No Way Home begins to explore more fully the concept of the 'multiverse,' as it's revealed that both Andrew and Tobey's Peter Parker characters are each from completely different worlds that make up the 'multiverse'

He admitted that there would likely be some people who would know all along that he and Maguire would be in the movie, and some might be surprised, while likening the entire experience to throwing a surprise party.

'It was such a lovely feeling to have a surprise party planned for everyone. You have a friend who's like, "I know there's a surprise party so just tell me. I hate surprise parties, just tell me,"' Garfield added.

'You have to weigh that balance between, "Oh God, now I feel a little bit guilty that I'm not telling them there's a surprise party and actually they may not want the surprise... but I think deep down they really do want the surprise to happen,"' he said.

Surprise: He admitted that there would likely be some people who would know all along that he and Maguire would be in the movie, and some might be surprised, while likening the entire experience to throwing a surprise party

He added that he put himself in the position of the fans and asked what he would want, adding, 'I'd want to be guessing.'

Garfield was also asked if it was an 'immediate yes' when he was presented with the opportunity to return, he said he had to 'stew' on it a bit because he had 'closed that chapter' of his life and moved on, but still, he couldn't avoid the 'fantasy' of playing Spider-Man within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

'When this came around, I was in a very zen place,' he said, adding he was 'very intrigued' and the pitch from director Jon Watts and producer Kevin Feige was, 'so full of heart.' 

Guessing: He added that he put himself in the position of the fans and asked what he would want, adding, 'I'd want to be guessing'

Immediate: Garfield was also asked if it was an 'immediate yes' when he was presented with the opportunity to return, he said he had to 'stew' on it a bit because he had 'closed that chapter' of his life and moved on, but still, he couldn't avoid the 'fantasy' of playing Spider-Man within the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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