As we come closer to the release date of the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home, more information has been leaked and some rumors are have become a reality.
With the second trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home the anticipation for Andrew Garfield and Tobey Mcguire is at an all-time high.
There have been many photos of the set captured by the public and more and more evidence points to Andrew Garfield‘s involvement in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In recent events, a post that was shared on Instagram might confirm that Garfield will be in the movie. Andrew Garfield’s stunt double, William Spencer was spotted in a photo on set with Tom Holland’s stunt double, Greg Townley.
It does not take much brainpower to tell you the obvious answer.
Although many might point out that he was on set doing stunts on another actor, we have confirmed that Spencer has deleted the Instagram post.
Why would he delete the photo?
Guilty as charged, the only reason why he would delete the photo is that the photo is triggering attention and probably he was told by the producers to do it, as it is generating too much evidence of Garfield’s involvement in the movie.
Well, this actually backfired.
By deleting the photo it makes it more likely that they are trying to hide something.
Fans of Spider-Man: No Way Home was quick to take screenshots of the evidence and repost the photos back on social media such as Twitter and Instagram.
The photo was later posted by Twitter user Simon Moore and it has since received almost 300 retweets.
In the world of social media, once information or photo has been released, it is almost impossible to hide them. Deleting it only makes it worse.
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