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Andrew Garfield partakes in a Twitter session for 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

Jamie Foxx and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man star in Columbia Pictures' "The Amazing Spider-Man," also Emma Stone.
Jamie Foxx and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man star in Columbia Pictures' "The Amazing Spider-Man," also Emma Stone.
Photo by Niko Tavernise and Sony Pictures

According to Cinema Blend on Jan. 31, Andrew Garfield, who will be playing Peter Parker in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", had participated in a Twitter discussion session with fans across the internet. Sony Pictures continues its marketing agenda by allowing Garfield to partake in the social media interview.

Garfield expressed his disdain at wearing the skin tight spandex suit and looks forward to seeing it where it belongs when he's not wearing it.

"Frankly if i could, i would wear it never! it's a skintight spandex suit that covers every inch of your body. Does that sound like a good time? i enjoy looking at it on the hanger! -AG".

Also, Garfield expressed the ability to move freely in the costume though he thought he felt exposed. This can be understandable as its very thin material. It was manufactured by costume designer Deborah Lynn Scott who is also known for her work in "Titanic", "Avatar", and "Back to the Future".

Further questions followed as Garfield expressed his interest in a certain story arc involving the Spider-Man character back from the 90s during the "Torment" saga as written by Todd McFarland.

Garfield could not express much about the plot details of Marc Webb film, but he did think "the surprising parts" would appeal to fans. All in all, it appears that with such suppression and considering his dialogue being so "short" as it would appear, the Twitter medium would be an appropriate place to keep things vague and cryptic.

There may have been a nervous publicist looking over his shoulder, coaching him on what he can say and what he cannot reveal.

But all will be revealed come May 2 when "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" will make its debut.