A bit of insight

“He represents the everyman, but more importantly, maybe he represents the underdog and those marginalized, those who come up against great prejudice, which I as a middle-class, straight white man don’t really understand so much.  When Stan Lee first wrote and created this character, the outcast was the computer nerd, the science nerd, the guy that couldn’t get the girl.  Those guys now run the world.  So how much of an outcast is that version of Peter Parker?  That’s my question.” — via Sheila Robert’s Comic-Con coverage at Collider, a quote from Andrew Garfield on the character he’ll be reprising in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.


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