Andrew Garfield may play Spidey, yet in real life, he’s a little more prone to mistakes.
Yahoo reports that the “Amazing Spider-Man 2” actor was called out by his co-star and girlfriend, Emma Stone, after saying that Peter Parker’s sewing of his superhero costume was “feminine.”
All in all, it was a light exchange, after he was asked by a little boy how Spider-Man got his costume.
“He made it. He made it with his bare hands. He sewed it. He took some sewing classes… and some needlepoint classes. It’s kind of a feminine thing to do, but he really kind of made a masculine out of a very feminine…”
At that moment, Stone interjected, “It’s feminine how?” While she reiterated that she wasn’t taking the comment as an insult, she did push him to explain.
Garfield cited his mother, who made his first Spider-Man costume when he was 3 years old and is “an amazing craftsman.”
Stone, who plays Gwen Stacy in the films, recently gave an interview calling Jennifer Lawrence “so inspiring” for not bending “to fit any idea of what a woman should be like in that kind of position.”
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