Once Spidey, always Spidey.
ET's Cameron Mathison caught up with Andrew Garfield on the red carpet at the Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, where he shared his thoughts on the new Spider-Man reboot starring Tom Holland.
"I watched [the trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming] and it's great! I think it looks great," he revealed. "I'm really excited to see it, I can't wait."
There's clearly no hard feelings for Garfield, who played Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man films from 2012 to 2014. In fact, the 33-year-old actor said he's a "big fan" of the new Spidey, Tom Holland.
"I'm a big fan of Tom and that character, so I'm just really excited to see it," he said.
Though Garfield has moved on from Spider-Man, he's still playing action heroes. The British actor is nominated for a Critics' Choice Award for Best Actor for his new film, Hacksaw Ridge, which also won the award for Best Action Movie as Garfield arrived on the red carpet.
"It's a story about a guy who's a new kind of action hero. He's a guy that doesn't want to do harm to his fellow man. He wants to be kind of the most violent nurse that you've ever seen. He's a healer," Garfield said of his character in the Mel Gibson-directed film, before reacting to the movie's big win. "It's lovely."
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with Garfield about passing the Spider-Man torch to Holland last year.
"I'm just really excited to just be a fan again as opposed to bearing the weight of it," he confessed.
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