Andrew Garfield, star of “The Amazing Spider-Man” and its upcoming sequel, recently had a taste of his own foot during a London screening. When a young boy in the audience asked how the famous web-slinger got his costume, Garfield responded that Spider-Man sewed it himself, and that even though sewing is a feminine trait, the costume turned out quite masculine. Fortunately, co-star (and real-life romantic partner) Emma Stone didn’t allow Garfield’s remark to go unchecked and asked him to explain how sewing is feminine. Immediately on the defensive, Garfield tried to dance around an explanation and make it seem like Stone was at fault, implying that she found the word “feminine” to be insulting. Garfield eventually tried to turn his comment into a compliment, and Jamie Foxx, who stars as a villain in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, distracted everyone by poking fun at his own history of performing in drag.
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