"Spider-Man: Homecoming" Ghana's Abraham Attah describes how it felt to be on Spider-Man movie set

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The actor who plays Abe Brown in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" disclosed that it took him a month and a few days to shoot his scenes and the leading cast were already shooting when he came on set.

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Ghanaian actor based in the United States, Abraham Attah has given details about how it felt like to be on the set of Marvels latest instalment, "Spider-Man: Homecoming".

The actor who plays Abe Brown in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" disclosed in an interview with Live FM that it took him a month and a few days to shoot his scenes and the leading cast were already shooting when he came on set.

“It took me one month and some days to finish shooting. They were already on set shooting before I got there”.

Asked how it felt the first day he got on the Spider-Man movie set the “Beasts of No Nation” actor said:

“When I got on the set, I thought no one even knew me but when I got there the cast knew about me. Zendaya was asking me questions about the movie also.”

Abraham Attah on Spider-Man set play

Abraham Attah on Spider-Man set

 

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The Marcello Mastroianni "Best Young Actor Award" winner said the most difficult thing he did on the movie set was when he was asked to say a line talking about a popular Ghanaian mythical legend Ananse (the trickster spider).

“It was kind of easy for me and the most difficult thing to do on set, they wanted me to say these lines talking about Ananse and say he’s a trickster and also say the line 'Peter Parker is here' and like I was the only one who had a different accent…It felt funny saying the line.”

The 16-year-old actor said he was not asked any other questions regarding the popular Ghanaian myth legend, Ananse off set and said he was just having fun.

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