The video proving that Andrew Garfield’s leak in Spider-Man: No Way Home is real and not photoshopped

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Spider-Man: No Way Home does not manage to go through a week in peace, since there are continually news that closely touches the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, such as the latest controversy with the leak of Andrew Garfield. The actor recently assured that it was all a clear photoshop, but an effects expert flatly denies it. Check out their explanation!

Since the confirmations of Jamie Foxx as Electro and Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, we have seen multiple rumors parade that seem to be increasingly confirmed, such as the one that ensures that we will see the Spider-Verse between versions of Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Garfield. A few days ago, social networks exploded with the viralization of a video of Andrew on set, although he claimed in the last hours: “I’m not sure about that. It’s a photoshop”.

His words began to make sense when Alex Cerrato, a YouTube user, published a video in which he claimed to be the person who created the viral clip and that it was all a completely false scene. “How I trolled the whole internet” is the title of the footage in question, detailing how he performed the DeepFake. However, a visual effects expert explained step by step that in reality the first video of Andrew Garfield on set is completely real and the netizen only looked for a couple of likes.




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Taran Singh, editor and supervisor of Canadian VFX, released his own video in which he explained that Cerrato all he did was reverse the clip while erasing the actor’s body parts, since to make a Deepfake you need a basic photograph for it to work. Fans echoed this new explanation and took to Alex’s networks, but found that his profile is private, in a demonstration that he finally lied in his “trolling,” according to fans.

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Singh It was not only that the cuts were erroneously modified, it also focused on other aspects of the actor’s video on set. He assured that the movements of his hair, of the Adam’s apple while he speaks, his shadows, the suit and his abdomen when he breathes cannot be faked.. Did Andrew Garfield lie to us? To know the final answer we must wait until the December 17 when i hit theaters Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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