The web-slinging actor and his
Of course, there were a number of serious moments for the actors. After his eyebrow postering, Garfield admitted that his Spidey connection was more than skin deep.
"I struggled with being a skinny kid and i didn't like it, when I was a kid I was like, 'Ah, I wish I was [a] bigger guy. And I struggled with that and I was very short, and I wanted to play rugby, and I wanted to do all these sports I wanted to stand up for myself better and not get the crap kicked out of me and that's one of the things I always identified with Peter Parker about..."
Garfield's personal experience surely came in handy with the revamped "Spider-Man," which explores the superhero's turbulent high school days.
But don't worry -- Garfield and Stone (GarStone? EmDrew?) continued to make each other laugh throughout the video, including riffing on their make-believe most embarrassing on-screen moments: "I crapped myself and then I pissed myself and then all my clothes fell off..." Oh, Andrew! You card!
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"The Amazing Spider-Man" hits theaters July 3.