It’s not the end of the world for Andrew Garfield for not being able to reprise the role of the iconic Marvel superhero Spider Man.

"It's a mixed bag and it's a blessing," the actor told said last night at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's grants banquet at the Beverly Wilshire hotel. "I got to do it twice. I got to meet incredible artists. I got to have a wild experience and now I get to let it go, which is actually a really lovely thing."

It should be noted that Garfield made his debut as the web slinger in The Amazing Spider-Man in 2012. He returned to reprise the role for the sequel after two years in 2014.

Garfield was supposedly planned to star in the Amazing Spider Man trilogy setting up the second film for an obvious sequel. With that being said, this movie will not be able to see the light of day any longer after Marvel and Sony Deal breakdown casting a new actor Tom Holland.

How does Garfield feel about the overall fiasco?

ET caught up with the British star yesterday at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Annual Grants Banquet– making his first red carpet appearance in over a year – who responded with pure classiness and much respect.

"It feels lovely, especially because Tom Holland is a really, really great actor,"

"I’m just really excited to just be a fan again as opposed to bearing the weight of it," Garfield admitted.