The news that Andrew Garfield returned as his version of Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home is now out in the open. However, this information came out in much less official capacity long before the film began to dominate the box office. Spider-Man: No Way Home's production was notorious for leaks that began with a January 2021 claim from a DoorDash driver he had delivered to Garfield in Atlanta that the actor was rude. Now that the secret is out, Garfield told his version of the story - which confirmed the driver delivered to him in Atlanta - in an episode of Happy Sad Confused with Josh Horowitz.
"This is my first night in Atlanta, and I'm with two of my best friends, one of whom is on The Walking Dead, who's shooting out there, "Garfield remembered." And we're out in the house where they put me in, and I ordered takeaway for us, and COVID's high and I'm ordering food. It's literally my first night there and it's amazing. I'm going to wear a mask everywhere. I have to wear a hat. Nobody's ever going to know I'm here and I really want to be quiet and stuff like that. "
But then the delivery did not go as he had expected. "So the guy comes to the door, the messenger - sweet apparently guy, sweet guy - and I open the door, I'm wearing my mask, my hat, and I say, 'Thank you, man.' And he's like, yo, yo, yo, I need to see your ID. And I'm like 'What?' He says, "I need to see your ID." And I think, "No delivery food has ever asked me for my ID. This is interesting. "And by the way, he's really close to the door, and at this point I'm super like I have to go on stage tomorrow. I do not want to risk shutting down a Marvel - put in the middle of a pandemic. So I just say, "Of course, just a second. Would you like to step back a few feet because of COVID and all that, "and he does. I say, 'Sorry, man, why do you need my ID?' "So I can check that it's you." First of all, my DoorDash account is not my name. And he says, "Yes, because you have alcohol." And I say, 'No, I did not get alcohol. I got no alcohol, man. I got some tacos'. "
Garfield says he got his friend Trevor to come out and show his ID, thus spreading the situation. But then the delivery driver went out on the internet.
"Look and look, the guy says, 'I just think I provided food to Andrew Garfield,' and I think he called me rude, which I certainly was not," Garfield says. "I asked to do social distancing, but I was clearly upset with the man, and that was not the intention, and I apologize for anything that may have been misunderstood as being rude. I do not like to disturb people, but it was just it all.things, and then I think he got into trouble.I do not know anything.But wherever you are, I know what you were doing. evening."
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