ByEthan Havis, writer at Creators.co
Ethan Havis

Hey guys, most of you probably know me from my (surprisingly) popular article: 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron': Andrew Garfield Spotted on Set?. I received a lot of feedback, and I have responded to everyone on my previous two articles, but since this last one had so many comments (many that I'm still getting), I was unable to give my response(s) to anyone. Now I know that this one will most likely not be viewed nearly as much, but I hope at least some of you will be able to see this.

Soon after my posting, I decided to do some more research on whether or not Spider-Man will be showing up in AoU, and I found out that the photo of Andrew Garfield on the set (pictured below) was indeed fake.

Fake image
Fake image

I was already 99% sure of this with all of the evidence proving my point, and I never said that it was actually real, just the thought that it could be, since the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, has said, "Anything is possible," in terms of business collaboration. I call this post a follow-up because it's my own response to my article (in a weird kind of way), and I just want to make my point clear:

I apologize if I angered anyone on Moviepilot for my last post, that wasn't my intention at all. But I will not apologize for people taking things the wrong way. I did not spam or fraud anybody by the title, it never stated a "yes" or "no" answer to Andrew actually being on set. I (now) know that this is for sure photo-shopped, but some people (such as myself at the time) weren't aware. This is not a rant (at least not to me), I just argue that I did nothing wrong by voicing my opinion with evidence (for something that I wasn't certain of) on this site, because Moviepilot is meant for "talking about movies." I tell others to comment on my articles for discussion, not so I can be talked down upon by others about how wrong I am. If you disagree with me and want to have a say on my posts, then please just simply state it; constructive criticism at the most. It's unnecessary to act superior with your fact/opinion. I know that many were simple with their agreements/differences (it was only a small crowd that I was bothered by), and I thank them/you for that. If you haven't read my last article, then you can view it here. I will not link this to my last article (because it'll only attract more annoying comments), but I will paste this URL in the comments of it (which is probably how/why some of you are reading this now). And for those that are interested in the original picture of each film set, proving the picture is fake, they can be seen below:

Original 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' set picture
Original 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' set picture
Original 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' set picture
Original 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' set picture

Thanks for reading, feel free to comment about what you guys think and keep me updated!

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