"I was well up for the challenge, and I still am," Garfield told Indie Wire's the Playlist while promoting his enw film “99 Homes."
He continued, “The pressure to get it right, to please everyone… it's not going to happen...You end up pleasing no one, or everyone just a little bit. Like, ‘Eh, that was good.’"
In fact, Garfield felt like even the marketing affects the art.
For Garfield, a rising star, he was upset that the hype and the marketing affected the "unique" project the cast and crew were trying to create.
"It was about authenticity, flavor, and truth, but at the same time, I understand people want to make a lot of money, and they're going to spend a lot of money so the playpen can be as big as it was. I can't live that way; it sounds like a prison, to be honest, living within those expectations," he said.
“99 Homes” is out on Sept. 25 and Tom Holland will take over as Spider-Man in next year's "Captain America: Civil War."