Andrew Garfield Seemingly Mimics Will Smith’s Oscars Slap: Video

Andrew Garfield Seemingly Mimics Will Smiths Slap After Oscars

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Tick, tick, slap. Andrew GarfieldWhen the audience was assembled, he was there Will Smithslapped Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars — and he seemingly offered his take on the incident when he left the ceremony.

The Hacksaw Ridge38-year old actor mimicked the viral moment in a video taken outside Dolby Theater on Sunday, March 27, 2007. The U.K. native seemed to say, “What the f–k are you doing?” to a friend before making a slapping motion with his hands in the clip, obtained by Splash News and shared by UnCrazed on Friday, March 31.

The Amazing Spider-ManIn a viral screenshot, star was seen texting during the Oscars ceremony. “Andrew Garfield texting the other Peter Parkers to see if Will Smith slapped Chris Rock in their universes too,” one Twitter userAfter the Academy Awards aired, jokes were made on Monday, March 28.

Garfield was nominated for best actor at Sunday’s show for his work in Tick, Tick … BOOM!Smith, 53, won for his performance in King Richard. The Men in Black star’s first Oscar victory was overshadowed by what happened earlier in the evening, when he slapped Rock, 57, after the comedian made a joke about Jada pinkett Smith‘s haircut.

The Philadelphia native publicly apologised to the public one day after the show. Saturday Night Live alum. “Violence in all of its forms is poisonous and destructive,” he wrote via Instagram on Monday. “My behavior at last night’s Academy Awards was unacceptable and inexcusable. Jokes at my expense are a part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s medical condition was too much for me to bear and I reacted emotionally.”

Andrew Garfield Seemingly Mimics Will Smiths Slap After Oscars
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Rock addressed the incident in a stand-up show in Boston on Wednesday, March 30, for his part. “How was your weekend?” the Grown UpsBefore he started his show, star asked the audience. “I’m still processing what happened.”

Exclusively told by an insider Us Weekly that the crowd “laughed a lot and it really cut the tension” for Rock, who received a standing ovation at the end of his set. Another source said Smith has not personally reached Rock since the Oscars.

“Chris is focusing on his tour,” the insider added. “He’s moving on and is looking forward to his upcoming gigs.”

Viewers laud the awards Top FiveProducer for his ability to heal after an altercation. Will Packer revealed on Friday, April 1, that he wasn’t sure how the ceremony would continue in the moment.

“He certainly saved what was left of [the show] at that point,” Packer, 47, said of Rock during an interview with Good Morning America. “It’s bittersweet. … You have all these moments that are overshadowed now.”

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