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Andrew Garfield Became The Best Oscars Meme Before The Opening Monologue Was Even Over

Andrew Garfield is an actor, two-time Academy Award nominee, and as of the 2023 Oscars’ opening monologue, yet ANOTHER Oscars meme.

In case you forgot to watch, the 95th annual Academy Awards was Sunday night, which is understandable, I’ll just fill you in on what happened: Jimmy Kimmel hosted, Hugh Grant was a total dick on the red carpet (see below), Everything Everywhere won Best Picture, and this Andrew Garfield meme I’m calling “I guess?” until the internet comes up with a better name for it.

The meme came at the end of Kimmel’s opening monologue, which is worth watching in and of itself:

The main bit of his set was, because how can you not mention it, in reference to the famous “Slap” from last year’s show. Basically, his joke was that before anyone could get on stage to slap him, they’d have to get through some badass fictional characters, like Michael B. Jordan (Adonis Creed), Pedro Pascal (the Mandalorian), Michelle Yeoh (a martial arts acting icon) and Andrew Garfield (Spider-Man).

Except Andrew Garfield, is one of many dudes to play Spider-Man and hasn’t played the role since the early 2010s, minus a quick appearance in the 2021’s Spiderman multiverse installment Spiderman: No Way Home.

And speaking of “The Slap” you may remember Garfield was one of the best reaction memes to the famous Will Smith/Chris Rock altercation from 2022.

This brings us to this year’s Andrew Garfield Oscars meme:

Naturally, the best memes tend to come in well after the show, so we’ll have to wait and see them around the web this week, but we figured we’d share this one with you so you can feel really special for having spotted it before everyone hopped on the bandwagon.

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