The flowers were unnecessary, for at two o’clock a greenhouse arrived from Gatsby’s, with innumerable receptacles to contain it. An hour later the front door opened nervously, and Gatsby, in a white flannel suit, silver shirt, and gold-colored tie, hurried in. He was pale, and there were dark signs of sleeplessness beneath his eyes.

“Is everything all right?” he asked immediately.

“The grass looks fine, if that’s what you mean.”

“What grass?” he inquired blankly.

Everyone hates on the past two spidermen but I think it was a great play in the MCU/Sony or whatever

Tobey McGuire was the original ..the spidy that people could relate to ya know awkward and a little lame

Andrew Garfield was the spidy to bring back viewers…he was hot so girls would be more interested and had more bravado so people would see him more as a hero

Tom Holland is going to be the spidy to make everything right…he’s the perfect age the perfect amount of awkward yet cool and relatable he’s a squishy kinda cute and it just gonna be good now

In keeping with the luxurious, over-the-top style of “The Great Gatsby,” director Baz Luhrmann made sure that his main stars were treated like minor royalty whilst on set, providing them with such generous perqs as personal assistants and fresh-daily flowers in their spacious trailers. Whilst he admitted that he thoroughly enjoyed being pampered, Joel Edgerton had a word of caution for himself and others about the dangers of becoming too comfortable with all that Hollywood Star treatment—-

“You gotta be careful about how well you’re treated as an actor because if you suddenly go, ‘Now I did “Gatsby,” I’m gonna re-set the dial. THIS is how I should be treated for the rest of my life,’ you gotta watch out, because occasionally you’re gonna have to go back and fly coach and you don’t want to act like a spoiled brat.”