Andrew Garfield has revealed that his presence in Atlanta on the set of Spider-Man: No Way Home had been revealed by a courier who had delivered him food on the evening of his arrival.
Andrew Garfield confirmed that the sighting in Atlanta had sparked speculations regarding his presence in Spider-Man: No Way Home it really happened.
The actor, host of the Happy Sad Confused podcast, revealed the details of the not particularly positive meeting that got the DoorDash courier in trouble.
Speaking of what happened, Andrew Garfield said: “It was my first night in Atlanta and I was with two of my best friends, one of whom stars in The Walking Dead which is being made there, and we are in this house that they put me in. . I ordered food delivery and COVID cases were numerous, so we stayed home. It was literally my first night there, I had to wear a protective mask everywhere. I had to wear a hat. note”.
However, the situation took an unexpected turn when their order arrived. as the Spider-Man: No Way Home star revealed: “This guy comes to the door, he looks like a nice, sweet guy. I open the door and I had my mask and my hat, and I thank him. And he says’ yo , yo, yo, I have to see a document. “And I reacted surprised. He repeated,” I have to see your document. “I thought,” No food delivery service has ever asked me for a document. This is an interesting thing. ‘”.
The interaction then continued in a somewhat complicated way: “Plus it was really close to the door and I was thinking that I had to go to the set the next day and I didn’t want to risk stopping a Marvel production during a pandemic. I then said. ‘Sure, just a second. Sorry to take a few steps backwards for COVID and all.’ And he does that and I say ‘Sorry, man, why do you have to see my ID?’. ‘Because I can check it’s you.’ ” .
Andrew continued: “First my DoorDash account is not in my name and he says’ Yes, because you ordered alcohol. ‘I replied’ No, I didn’t order alcohol. I didn’t ask for anything alcohol, man. I ordered. of tacos’ “.
Garfield recalled how the courier later revealed online that he had delivered food to him and stated that he was being rude: “I wasn’t. I asked for social distance, but of course I upset him and didn’t want to. I apologize. for anything I may have perceived as rude. I don’t like to upset people, but it just then became this thing and I think he got into trouble. I don’t know, but whoever you are I know what you were doing. You were cunning and me. you tested that night. “
The person who gave him the order wrote online that Garfield had been rude after asking him for an ID, having to deliver alcohol, and his account was then deactivated. Andrew Garfield’s presence was therefore confirmed on January 21, 2021, months after filming began that kicked off in October.