Andrew Garfield whispered that his co-star Tom Holland would potentially become the next Oscar host in a recent interview.
Garfield, 38, and Holland, 25, have both starred as Spider-Man.
“I think Tom is so charismatic and such an incredible performer and actor, and I think he would be an incredible Oscar host,” Garfield told People magazine. “I think he would be absolutely brilliant.”
Garfield told the business that Holland is the kind of guy who can do anything he wants.
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“And I would definitely be curious to see what he was like as an Oscar host,” he told the newspaper. “He’s so charming, and he’s such a showman, and he’s such a song-and-dance, triple-threat actor. I would be very, very confident in his confidence.”
Garfield’s confidence in the Netherlands comes after it was announced that there will be a host at the 2022 Oscars for the first time in three years.
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Speaking on the Television Critics Association’s virtual press tour, Hulu Originals & ABC Entertainment President Craig Erwich revealed that the network is currently looking for a pop culture-savvy host to lead the show for the first time since Jimmy Kimmel performed the job for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.
Holland recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he was too busy to host the Oscars, but quickly withdrew.
“Of course I would host the f — ing Oscars!” he told the business.
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“I was just going to the bathroom and I was looking at myself in the mirror and I was thinking, ‘What kind of idiot would not be hosting the Oscars?'” He explained. “So yeah, if they ask me for it, I would, and it would be a lot of fun. I would really enjoy it.”
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.