Joe Jonas, a Jonas Brother and DNCE singer, was up for The Amazing Spider-Man in 2012.
Jonas, 33, said he auditioned for the role and was devastated to lose it. “I was nominated for Spider-Man years ago and was really pleased, but Andrew Garfield won.” “He was obviously right.”
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The Cake by the Ocean singer said he had an “in” because the film’s director was a music director.
“But I remember it being a big thing at the time, coming back for call-backs.” And the director had previously directed music videos, so I was like, “I’ve got an in here. “But you know what? I enjoy auditioning, putting yourself out there, and having to prove yourself.
Andrew Garfield got the part, and he and Tobey Maguire played it again in Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Jonas stated he never wore the Spider-Man costume during auditions: “No, although I’m sure I had one I wore periodically.”
According to People, Jonas skirted the subject in 2010 when MTV News asked him if he’d be interested in playing Spider-Man.
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