Filming continues for Amazing Spider-Man 2. Andrew Garfield and Emma stone were snapped on the set.
Garfield: Spider-Man an 'honour'
Andrew Garfield says he's wasn't scared by the weight of expectations from fans
Andrew Garfield says he'll be happy to pass on the Spider-Man baton to a successor.
The star has taken up the superhero mantle from Tobey Maguire in The Amazing Spider-Man, which is released on July 3.
"I am playing the same character Tobey played but that's the way it goes. There will be comparisons and there's no way to control that. I have to let that go", the British actor said.
"I respect what he did immensely... So it's an honour to step into the suit after him, and I'm excited to then pass it on to the next person, you know?"
The Social Network actor fell for his Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone - but he said he also found it "very easy" to love Rhys Ifans, who plays The Lizard in the film.
"There was something so simple and immediate between me and Rhys. We're from the same island and that helped a great deal.
"Then we just worked really hard. But it has to be based in love otherwise you don't care, you know?"