Andrew Garfield broke his silence, once again, about the “fake butt” claims in “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Apart from saying that his behind is “totally unmodified,” he described Tom Holland as “very good at marketing.”

Cheat Sheet reported that the 38-year-old actor addressed the matter in his recent interview on “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” which aired on Thursday. While discussing his projects, the television personality asked him regarding Holland’s claims about a Spider-Man actor who wore a “fake butt” in “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”

Garfield noted that all he could share is that he and his behind is “unmodified.” Nevertheless, he said he believes that "everyone's butts were their butts."

The “Tick, Tick… Boom!” star, also, asserted that his co-star was only “stirring the pot,” and that he could not help himself. He added that the 25-year-old Marvel actor is “pretty great at creating sub-genres of games” for the public.

Andrew Garfield first addressed the matter days after Tom Holland made the allegations later in February. On the red carpet of this year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, he was asked which of the three Spider-Man actors had the “fake butt” on the set of the latest Sony-Marvel Cinematic Universe film.

The “Amazing Spider-Man” star shared that he has “no idea,” before pointing out that it is not him. He consequently added that he does not have a clue and argued that he “assumed everyone’s butts were their butts.”

Before the public could conclude that Holland’s claims reference Tobey Maguire, Garfield clarified that he does not think it is his older co-star. He revealed that he has seen the actor’s behind and claimed that he has “got back.”

The “Avengers: Infinity War” actor made his shocking claims during an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” last February 21. At least, according to him, one of the three Spider-Man actors has a “fake ass in their suit.”

He told Meyers that he would give him a spoiler, although he would not identify the person. He, later on, stated that the public “can figure that out” for themselves.

Meanwhile, Andrew Garfield’s recent interview with Seth Meyers comes days after he announced his hiatus. He told People in its latest issue that he is “looking forward” to being out of the spotlight for a while.

The celebrity starred in multiple projects over the past year. Apart from reprising his role as the “amazing” Spider-Man in “No Way Home,” he, also, played the characters of Jim Bakker and Jonathan Larson for “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” and “Tick, Tick… Boom!,” respectively.

Garfield worked on a new series, as well, for FX on Hulu. He takes on the lead role as Detective Jeb Pyre in “Under the Banner of Heaven,” which premiered on the platform on Thursday.