Joe Jonas The 33-year-old, who is gearing up for the release of his next film, Devotion, has been cast in the 2012 film The Amazing Spider-Man. He revealed that he auditioned for the role of Peter Parker and ended up with Andrew Garfield. (Please also read: Jimmy Kimmel said Andrew Garfield transformed into the real-life Spider-Man to save him.)
“A few years ago, I remember being on Spider-Man. I was so excited. It was the year Andrew Garfield got it,” Joe said on the Just for Variety podcast. “Obviously, he was right,” he added. “In that moment, you’re either broken or you’re defeated,” said Joe, who confided that he wouldn’t be absent after the audition. Joe also confessed that the director was Mark Webb, who was the director of the music video, so he thought the singer would have an advantage on his side. And the director was the director of the music video, so I was like, ‘I’m in here.'”
“But you know what? I love the process of auditioning and having to present yourself and prove yourself,” said the Grammy nominee. When further asked whether or not, Joe said silently.
Joe also admitted that the pandemic had forced him to cancel the last few years of touring, even though music had become his first profession. gave him a lot of time to let go. The singer admitted that he had a lot of support in this regard from his wife, Game of Thrones actor Sophie Turner. “When he has a wife like the phenomenal actress Sophie Turner, [being] Anyone who’s filming you and directing it to you needs to bring your A-game,” he said.
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