"Spider-Man has his own conflicts, tortured but also having fun with what he can do," the 28-year-old actor said when he was once again quizzed about what it feels like to be cast as the iconic Marvel superhero.
"It's that attitude towards life like, 'Today's a good day to die. You gotta go out with a with a bang.' I think that's definitely an Indiana Jones quality, that fearlessness, throwing caution to the wind. I'm very excited to jump into that."
Garfield then went on to talk about approaching the age of 30, and playing younger characters as he does in The Social Network and the upcoming Spider-Man reboot: "I still look 18 years old, and I can convince people that I'm a teenager still."
"I have my teen side. I'm still very insecure and I can get rebellious and act out and kick and scream and mope around like teenagers do. So the majority of me is still a teenager."
Source: Comic Book Movies
So what do you all think? I just hope they are keeping with the high school theme, to be honest. But this is a pretty cool interview, even though he didn't reveal much, but it's still worth debating and speculating. So let the conversation ensue!
~ Gobbie, Out! ~