I always wanted to be a stuntman. If acting went well and I was able to take a year out, I might train and get on the stunt register, which gives you qualifications so you can do more of your own stunts.

Teleportation would be the best because I live on airplanes. It would be super handy to be able to teleport around.

That's what I love about working for Marvel is how welcoming and kind everyone is.

Being on a film set, you are always around such fantastic people. And I feel like I've been lucky. I feel like I've worked with the best of the best.

I get recognized more for my 'Lip Sync Battle' than I do for being Spider-Man.

The harder you try, the better the impression you set on the people around you.

It's very easy to relate to a kid who is having trouble in high school... less so to relate to a billionaire whose Lamborghini broke down.

Fame is a beast that you can't control or be prepared for.

My biggest flaw is probably my attention span or lack thereof. And while it might seem contradictory, my biggest strength is my work ethic.

I can't even touch my toes!

I personally think if something's not a challenge, there's no point doing it, because you're not gonna learn much.

Marvel actually sent me to a school in the Bronx where I had a fake name, and I put on an accent, and I went for, like, three days. I basically had to go to this science school and blend in with all the kids, and some of the teachers didn't even know.

I'm literally tone-deaf with singing. It's unreal.

I was an ordinary student at school and, at the same time, an actor. But I was not the popular kid, which helped me to play Peter Parker better.

The 20-year goal is to be a film director. The 15-year goal is to win an Oscar. The five-year goal is to just keep enjoying myself.

The ocean, to me, is one of the most terrifying things on the planet.

A lot about this industry is about who you know. If you set a really good example for yourself, and someone likes that, then they might recommend you to someone else. It doesn't matter what job you're in, any profession, it's always the same.

When I was young, my mom realized I could dance and hold a beat, and I really danced just for fun. It was good exercise.

I think 'Spider-Man 2' is one of the greatest superhero movies ever made.

I was terrified watching 'Civil War' for the first time.

I don't like spiders at all, but I love heights.

I try and let the film do the talking.

It's quite difficult to take a superhero movie seriously because everything is heightened. A kid being bitten by a radioactive spider and getting superpowers is kind of ridiculous.

'Fan' is an understatement. I had the Spider-Man costume, I had bed sheets, toys, you name it. I've always had an argument with my best friend that Spider-Man was way better than Batman. I was a massive fan growing up.

I don't read that many books - I tend to read scripts for projects.

One of the reasons why Spider-Man is my favorite superhero is because we both undergo big changes in our lives.

There was times when I was bullied about dancing and stuff. But you couldn't hit me hard enough to stop me from doing it.

Dublin is one of my favourite cities. It's an absolutely amazing place.

I've got a huge family back in Ireland, and I've made loads of movies in Ireland.

I have a photographic memory.

Best thing about shooting in Atlanta at night is that it's not as hot as it is during the day.

I actually have videos on my phone of me interviewing people and asking them what they thought of the new Spider-Man in 'Civil War.' They were like, 'Oh he's great. I love him,' and then some people were like, 'Nah, I don't love him. he's not great' - and I was standing right in front of them!

I think, from every actor I've ever spoken to, they say the biggest thing they regret from life is not finishing school.

I remember actually going to see the first 'Avengers' with one of my best mates from home. I'd never have dreamed that I'd be in one of these movies, let alone playing Spider-Man.

I went to an all-boys school, where I played rugby, so ballet wasn't the coolest thing to do.

I think these movies are definitely comedies. It's quite difficult to take a superhero movie seriously because everything is heightened. A kid being bitten by a radioactive spider and getting superpowers is kind of ridiculous.

Every kid goes through puberty, wondering what to do about girls and struggling with homework, and every adult has been through that.

Peter Parker's storyline hits every key point of growing up.

Spider-Man has always been a huge part of my life. I love the movies. I love the comics. And I always just wanted to be Spider-Man.

Peter Parker is probably the most relatable superhero, maybe ever, because he goes through something that basically everyone has to go through. Whether it's puberty or talking to girls or doing homework, he does it in such a human way.

I'm studying theater and media. I don't really know why I took media, because I'm so useless with technology, though it's fun. But, I do love theater and am having a great time learning about all the practitioners and getting to perform with my friends.

I started dancing because of Janet Jackson.

I reckon I had 30 Spider-Man costumes over the years since I was a little baby. I had Spider-Man bed sheets.

I was joking with my agent that I'm going to get typecast for a water-disaster actor.

I come from very creative parents.

'Infinity War' needs no teasing. That movie literally needs no teasing. It's going to be the biggest movie of all time. Believe me; no one is ready for this movie.

Peter Parker can't dance. He can flip and climb up walls and do backflips, but he definitely can't dance.

'Civil War' was such a whirlwind, and I didn't really know what was going on. I was thrown into the deep end.

On 'The Impossible,' I was taught how to act. Naomi Watts was there every day constantly teaching me. That was where I discovered I wanted to be an actor.