"The Amazing Spider-Man" might not have hit theaters yet, but Columbia Pictures have been working on a sequel for the project for more than a year now. With the stars of the movie knowing that there's more in store for them, we couldn't resist asking what they want changed in the upcoming flick.
For Andrew Garfield, there were a few alterations he would really, really like to be made to his Spider-Man suit.
"We're going to make it easier for me to piss. That's number one," he said with a laugh. "They didn't really consider that, the whole bodily functions thing. But next time we will remember that I'm human."
It turns out that the suit design was his only major complaint.
"You have to body shoehorn yourself out of it. It's stupid, but it looks good," he said. When asked if there was any other element that he'd like to change, Garfield said, "Probably, probably, probably... that's pretty much it."
Well, not quite. Apparently there's a whole visibility issue he'd like to be resolved in the next film's suit as well.
"That was tough too, but I don't think we can really adjust that because the eyes have to be the eyes," Garfield admitted. "Visibility was hard, especially for the bigger stunts because you need to know what the hell you're doing."
“The Amazing Spider-Man” focuses on Peter Parker’s journey to discover the secret of his parents’ disappearance. That brings him face-to-face with Dr. Curt Connors, played by Rhys Ifans, who ends up becoming the film’s villain, The Lizard. It’s due in theaters on July 3.
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