Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire return to play Peter Parker and Spider-Man in the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home. The Tom Holland-starrer dealt with a failed ritual that led to a rift in the shape of the universe and allowed supervillains, including spiders, from other universes to enter the MCU.
The film finally revived the box office and crossed the $ 1 billion mark in no time. The return of Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield and their camaraderie was one of the highlights.
In an interview with Variety, Garfield once again talked about wearing spandex. He said he was grateful to “tie up some loose ends for Peter I was playing with”.
He also described working with Holland and Maguire on the film. He said it was ‘hilarious’ because it was just like three normal dudes. But even then, you just become a fan and say, “Oh my God we’re all in suits together and we’re doing the work!” Say that. There was talk of going to the bathroom and padding around the package. We talked about what works for each of us.
He revealed that Holland was jealous because he had zippers in his suit.
“We also have in-depth conversations and talk about our experiences with the character. And there’s Amy Pascal, who has seen through nine films, including” Spider-Vers. ” .There is a line I improvised in the movie [Maguire and Holland] And I said I love them. It’s just that I love them, ”he added.
When asked if you were ready to play that role again, he said ‘I would agree if it seemed right’. He added, “Peter and Spider-Man, all those characters are about service, great good and many. He is a working-class boy from Queenss who knows struggle and loss and has deep sympathy. I will try to borrow Peter Parker’s ethical framework, and if I have the opportunity to step back and tell that story further, I will have to feel very certain and certain in myself.
MCU, which now has Multiverse, can have as many repeats of Spider-Man or any other character as the script demands. The possibilities are endless. Garfield can also play Spidey on Sony’s Spider-Vers and face Tom Hardy’s Venom and Jared Leto’s Morbius.
He starred in The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, directed by BAFTA Award-winning actor Mark Webb. Although these films were critically acclaimed, many critics agreed that Garfield’s performance was not wrong.