Spiderman Invites Batkid to TASM2 Premiere

Spiderman Invites Batkid to TASM2 Premiere

Days after a huge mess at the Oscars, TASM2 star Andrew Garfield has invited the aspiring hero to this summer's premiere

In a moment reminding me of "The Boy Who Collects Spider-Man," Andrew Garfield has invited Miles Scott to the world premiere of the highly anticipated" The Amazing Spider-Man 2," according to a source at US Magazine. This comes after days of conflicting reports about what really happened at the Oscars rehearsal. Though some of you might be sick of Batkid stories, there's no denying this was a classy move by Garfield.
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