Denis Leary star of hit TV show Rescue Me has been speaking about his career and role in the new Spiderman movie.
Speaking to starpulse.com the 54-year-old actor said he was extremely impressed by, Andrew Garfield, the latest actor to take on the role of Peter Parker, saying, "He's terrific in the role. He was trained as a gymnast, when he was growing up in England, which came in handy. Most of the stunts in the movie are done live, in front of the cameras. There's a ton of stuff. He's just a terrific actor." He was also asked what is the difference between the previous Spiderman movies and the new rebooted story to which he answered "It's a pretty dark vision to Spider-Man. It's a darker story but yeah, there are some very funny things in it, some of them that were scripted and some of them that came out of work." The American actor who was the co-creator and star of FX show Rescue Me has also been discussing the end of his show which airs its final episode on September 7th, saying there will be no follow up movie "No, there's not going to be a Rescue Me movie. Not a chance. I think we wrapped it up."
Born in Massachusetts, Leary first began working as a comic in Boston and moved into the movie business in the early 1990s appearing in movies such as Demolition Man and Natural Born Killers. As well as appearing in the Amazing Spiderman he is currently recording his parts in Ice Age: Continental Drift due for release in 2012.