“Extra’s” AJ Calloway held adult with Andrew Garfield during a NYC premiere of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” where a star set a record true about what he unequivocally meant when he used a word “feminine” during a Yahoo QA with kids final week.
At a QA, Garfield was asked how Spider-Man got his costume, to that he responded, “He done it with his unclothed hands. He sewed it. He took some sewing classes, and some needlework, some pinpoint, needlepoint classes. It’s kind of a delicate thing to do, though uh, he unequivocally kind of done a unequivocally manly dress out of a unequivocally feminine…” His real-life partner and “Spider-Man” co-star Emma Stone jumped in during that impulse and asked him, “Feminine how?”
Andrew simplified to Calloway, “That was a misunderstanding. we used a word ‘feminine’ and we wasn’t articulate about gender. we wasn’t articulate about women. we was articulate about delicate energy… we know, we all got delicate appetite in us as men, and women have delicate and manly appetite in them as women. we was indeed regulating a word ‘feminine’ in that way, and Em knew that, though she also knew that a immature kids in a assembly might not have followed that, so she was like, ‘Just make certain we explain what we meant by feminine.’”
The actor continued, “I know certain publications pronounced we was creation a sexist criticism and we unequivocally didn’t. Anyone who spends twenty seconds with me knows I’m a many delicate man. Sexism is not even a word we know.”
“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” weaves the web in theaters May 2!