'SPIDER-MAN' BLEW OFF BATKID AT OSCARS

'Spider-Man' star Andrew Garfield was supposed to take the stage at the Oscars with 5-year-old "Batkid" Miles Scott but producers called the whole thing off when the actor had a problem with his lines. 

Miles became known as “Batkid” after the city of San Francisco let him play superhero there.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences teamed with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to make him an official superhero during the Oscar ceremony. "Andrew Garfield was going to appoint him ‘Batkid.’ But, in the middle of the dress rehearsal, Garfield decided he didn’t like his lines,” 

“Garfield refused to go by the script. He came up with his own lines. The producers felt that Garfield’s [rewrites] were not appropriate. Garfield had a tantrum. He stormed off. Miles and his family, who were at the rehearsal, were devastated.”

The producers decided to cut the superhero initiation, but they paid for Miles to go to Disneyland.

According to a source, “Garfield was such a spoiled brat that he didn’t even want to be a presenter”. The academy had to call “Captain America” star Chris Evans to sub at the last minute.