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'The Amazing Spider-Man 2's' Andrew Garfield hosts 'Saturday Night Live'

According to on Saturday, a special promo piece starring "The Amazing Spider-Man 2's" Andrew Garfield and Bobby Moynihan go through different takes to promote the new episode of "Saturday Night Live". There's also another clip of him performing lines with musical guest Coldplay. Both Garfield and Moynihan ham it up by trying out different methods of garnering attention for the new episode from being overly dramatic and a visit from the comedy doctor.

Andrew Garfield and Samantha Myers attend WWO Salon Event In NYC on April 27, 2014 in New York City.
Photo by Michael Loccisano

Garfield, who will be starring along with Emma Stone in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", has already made his tour worldwide promoting the film that has already been released international and the movie is currently out in theaters right now. Stone will be playing Parker's interest, Gwen Stacy. This time he faces more than one villain. Dane DeHaan is playing the Green Goblin, Jamie Foxx will be portraying Electro, and Paul Giamatti is taking on the small role of Rhino.

There also has been discussion of a solo "Venom" film and "The Sinister Six". The latter roster of villains were revealed to be in the credits of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2", however, not all will likely to be in the Drew Goddard movie. The original roster of villains were thought to be, and this a spoiler, Doctor Octopus, Rhino, Vulture, Kraven the Hunter, Mysterio, and Green Goblin. Though one could surmise that two of those six are likely to be in "The Sinister Six" based on the Oscorp inventions seen in the background of the trailer, but one can only speculate at this point.

Also, producer Matthew Tolmach had been working with Avi Arad in coming up with new ways to come up with some kind of origin story for Venom. The Sam Raimi version of the villain wasn't too well received, so it would probably behoove the powers that be to come up with a fresh start.

Mark Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" is currently in theaters everywhere.

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