Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man concerns
Andrew Garfield is worried he will look like an "English fool" in the upcoming 'Spider-Man' movie.
The 27-year-old actor - who has replaced Toby Maguire as the web-slinging hero in the upcoming fourth movie - is concerned he will not do a good job and the movie and says he will approach the role differently to Maguire.
He said: "Ironically, I'm going to be the person in the audience going, 'S**t! S**t! They cast this English fool?'
"I see it like 'Hamlet' or any Shakespeare play. Every actor is going to play King Lear differently because every actor is a different person."
The 'Never Let Me Go' star doesn't know how the film will be perceived and is having to think small-scale so he doesn't get overwhelmed by the task at hand.
He said: "I think it's going to be really weird. I don't know what to expect at all.
"It'll definitely be a different way of working and my approach isn't going to change. I'm just going to approach it like I'm doing a short film of 'Spider-Man' that my friend is directing. It's kind of how I have to approach it or I'll lose my mind."
The movie - which recently cast Sally Field, Rhys Ifans and Emma Stone in supporting roles - goes into production in December.