Update: So I just learned that this video that shows us that Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man video is a deepfake is actually fake. The creator admitted that it was false.
“Nah, I made this video yesterday during lunch. Of course, it was never to fool anyone who really knows about VFX, but just to have the average person think it was enough. ”
So I became a troll…. again. I hate the internet. While Serrato admitted that his own DeepFake video was fake, he says he is sure the leaked video is genuine.
As you have probably seen or heard, there is a lot of talk that there is evidence that Andrew Garfield is repeating his role as Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No way home. There is a photo that has made rounds and then there is a compelling video that came up.
Well, it turns out that the video is a fake, and it was created by YouTube user Alex Cerrato. He created a really good and convincing deepfake by Andrew Garfield and many people fell for it! Hell, I thought it was at least just old video footage from the set of one of the previous Amazing Spider-Man movies, but no, it was all fake!
So this video shows that Garfield is in the movie, has been shattered. I knew it was too good to be true. Watch the video below that shows you how the video’s creator brought Andrew Garfield to life and trolled the internet.
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