Andrew Garfield, Anne Hathaway and Channing Tatum were just fresh-faced youngsters when ET first spoke to the now-certified stars, and we're looking back at the talented threesome when they initially got their break in the biz.
It might be hard to believe, but at 17, Anne Hathaway lacked the uber-confidence of her Dark Knight Rises character Selina Kyle (a.k.a. Catwoman). ET sat down with the doe-eyed teen as she began filming the short-lived TV series Get Real, confiding the gig "petrified" her, but the perks of fame were worth it--namely, free clothes!
Before becoming a certified sex symbol, Channing Tatum and his soon-to-be wife Jenna Dewan were just coming into Hollywood's radar with the 2006 dance flick, Step Up. When asked about his emerging popularity with the ladies, Tatum was as humble as ever, telling us he preferred not to think about it, fearing he might lose sight of his ultimate goal: to be a respected actor.
Last but not least, Spider-Man himself, Andrew Garfield, spoke to us in 2007 at the premiere of Lions for Lambs, his first feature film. At 24, the nervous Brit was having some difficulty comprehending the fact that he's sharing the big screen with heavyweights Meryl Streep, Robert Redford and Tom Cruise.