Andrew Garfield Was Strangely Absent From Last Night's Oscars

Is Andrew Garfield okay? That's the question being asked by many of the actor's fans after he missed his scheduled appearance at last night's Oscars.
The 30-year-old Spidey was set to introduce last night's heroes montage. Instead, the duties went to another man in tights: Captain America himself, Chris Evans. But, what made Garfield's absence so peculiar, was all the hype that surrounded whatever it was he was tapped to do.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Oscars producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan made Garfield's role in the telecast sound like he was going to be more than a run-of-the-mill presenter. “Andrew Garfield is going to be part of what we hope is a very moving moment in the show," they said, adding that it "will illustrate the theme of how movies have inspired. He is going to induct a new superhero into the fraternity of superheroes."
As we all know, none of that actually happened. And, we have yet to hear from the The Amazing Spider-Man actor's team as to why he was a no-show. In related news, last night a man dressed in a red-and-blue costume foiled a bank robbery in Santa Monica. Just sayin'. (Oh No They Didn't)

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