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I'm going to hug the hell out of you when the feeling re-enters my body." And coincidentally, the Internet noticed later in the evening that Garfield hugged Stone and her brother (who was her date at the event).
Superhero fans have been approaching the latest Spidey reboot with reasonable caution — we mean, it was only a few years ago when Andrew Garfield played the masked superhero.
Look: Spring 2012: They're spotted making a PDA in NYC, so the illusion is over and worldwide "yayyyyys" ensue.
Shortly after, they make their first public appearance as a couple at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.
It’s always a little daunting taking over a role that someone else rocked at, and even more daunting meeting them — but Tom Holland did just that!
Earlier this week at the BAFTA Awards in London, the star finally met Andrew Garfield, who played the superhero in the three previous films.
During the Golden Globes last month, viewers realized that he had given her a standing ovation as she walked to the stage to accept her award.
“It was really really nice…Andrew is a really lovely guy.” He added, “[He's] everything I thought he would be. I have always been a fan of his work.” See the pics of them meeting below!
I'm constantly inspired by how she handles and holds herself.
So for me, I've—it's been bliss to be able to watch her success and watch her bloom into the actress that she is.
Critics were mostly impressed by the merging of action with all the teen drama and youthful sass straight out of a John Hughes movie, and Tom Holland holds the adolescent thread together with his wide-eyed, aw-shucks take on the beloved web-slinger. Ch-ch-check out our review roundup (below) and catch .
Related: Andrew Reveals How His Ryan Reynolds Kiss Came To Be! The 33-year-old attended the show alongside Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and Russell Tovey, who currently star in the London revival of with Garfield.
There's probably some rebelliousness that comes out in me after all these stories and people texting you for weeks about something that, for the most part, is not true.