Andrew Garfield Comments on 'Spider-Man' Porn Parody
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Andrew Garfield, star of Columbia Pictures' upcoming reboot "The Amazing Spider-Man," revealed during a recent press interview that he has seen Vivid Entertainment's adult parody "Spider-Man XXX" a "few times."
"I watched it more from an inspirational stand point than from a sexual standpoint," Garfield told Hollywood.com. "I think you can find inspiration from anywhere when it comes to this character because it’s everyone’s; it belongs to everyone — porn actors, kids."
Garfield, a Los Angeles-born, England-raised actor who caught his break playing Facebook cofounder Eduardo Saverin in the 2010 drama "The Social Network," also shared his "porn name" with the site (Sticky Hillman) and mocked that of interviewer Matt Patches (Davis George) for being the most boring porn moniker ever.
To see the video interview, go here.
"The Amazing Spider-Man" opens in theaters on July 3. Vivid's "Spider-Man XXX: a Porn Parody," starring Xander Corvus in the Spidey role, is available now.