OK, so the Internet went a bit mad a few weeks ago when a video of Andrew Garfield supposedly on the set of Spider-Man: No Way Home was leaked.
Well, it turns out it was all a ruse masterminded by I have to say a very talented VFX artist.
The VFX artist, called Alex Cerrato posted a video on his YouTube channel in which he showed his process and how he made this fake Andrew Garfield No Way Home set video.
To cut a long story short, it’s a very good deep fake.
I would argue that if Cerrato isn’t faking his faked Andrew Garfield video, then this is the best deep fake I have ever seen.
Honestly, this video tricked me.
I spent hours looking at it and I really thought it was real.
That Andrew Garfield Spider-Man: No Way Home set leak was a fake
Right, so does this mean that Andrew Garfield won’t be in Spider-Man: No Way Home?
No, it doesn’t.
What it means is that a VFX artist had way too much time on his hands and thought it would be funny to get the fans all excited and then reveal that it was all a ruse.
Now, Andrew Garfield has been constantly claiming that he won’t be in the movie.
That said, what else do you expect him to say?
What do you make of this news?
Are you at all surprised to hear that this Spider-Man: No Way Home set leak was in fact a fake?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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