Andrew Garfield SHUTS DOWN rumors of a Spider-Man: No Way Home cameo

Andrew Garfield says he will NOT be making a cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The actor, 37, put rumors to rest on the 

podcast, where he claimed he 'did not get a call' about reprising the iconic role for the forthcoming film.

Garfield famously played the web-slinging crime fighter for two feature-length films, before abruptly handing off the role to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's current Spider-Man, Tom Holland.

Not happening: Andrew Garfield says he will NOT be making a cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home

Not happening: Andrew Garfield says he will NOT be making a cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home

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The rumor dispelling conversation commenced when Happy Sad Confused podcast Josh Horowitz brought up the upcoming Marvel film with hesitance, stating he didn't want to 'ruin anything' if Garfield happened to be tied to the project.

'There isn't anything to ruin, bro!' Garfield stressed with a laugh. 'I had to just quickly cut you off because there's nothing to ruin.'

Andrew admitted that he has seen the rampant Spider-Man buzz on social media, which he deemed 'hilarious' due to its unfoundedness.

'It's f***ing hilarious to me because I do have this Twitter account and I see how often Spider-Man is trending and it's people freaking out about a thing… I wish I could be able to speak to everyone and say, 'I recommend that you chill!'' he explained. 

Rumors to rest: The actor, 37, put rumors to rest on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, where he claimed he 'did not get a call' about reprising the iconic role for the forthcoming film

Rumors to rest: The actor, 37, put rumors to rest on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, where he claimed he 'did not get a call' about reprising the iconic role for the forthcoming film

Spider-Man: Garfield famously played the web-slinging crime fighter for two feature-length films, spanning from 2012 to 2015; Andrew pictured in 2012

 Spider-Man: Garfield famously played the web-slinging crime fighter for two feature-length films, spanning from 2012 to 2015; Andrew pictured in 2012

Garfield went on to compare his experience desperately trying to quash rumors of his involvement in Spider-Man: No Way Home to that of a game of Werewolf and Mafia.

'I feel like I'm in a game of f***ing Werewolf or Mafia where I'm like 'I'm not the werewolf! I promise you I am not the werewolf!' and everyone's like 'You're the werewolf! You're the f***ing werewolf!'' said Garfield lightheartedly. 

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Wanting to make things abundantly clear for Marvel fans still holding onto hope, Horowitz asked Garfield straight up if he would be returning for the upcoming film.

'I did not get a call,' the Tony winner replied. 'I would've gotten a call by now, that's

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