There is no way Andrew Garfield is staying home on his Spider-Man return
But that wasn’t a clear no …
Andrew Garfieldwho played our favorite web slinger in the two The incredible Spiderman Films, is still looking forward to his possible participation in the coming Spider-Man: No way home. In an interview with Josh Horowitz On his podcast Happy Sad Confused, Garfield was asked about the rumors of the next Spider-Man movie that brought back previous iterations of the hero that the actor could neither confirm nor definitely deny.
On the podcast, Horowitz was in the middle of a question about Spider-Man: No Way Home, stating that he didn’t want to ruin the upcoming movie when the host was interrupted by Garfield. Laughing, Garfield said, “There’s nothing to ruin, brother! I had to cut you off quickly. There’s nothing to ruin.” The actor then announced that he followed the rumors with great amusement. As Garfield puts it:
“It’s so crazy. Dude, it’s hilarious to me. I have this Twitter account and I see how many times Spider-Man is trending and it’s people who are freaking out about something. I wish I could talk can to everyone and just say: ‘I recommend you relax.’ ”
Garfield added that he couldn’t speak for other possible actors, only for himself. When Horowitz insisted and asked for a resounding “yes or no” answer, Garfield avoided the question, adding, “I should have received a call by now, that’s all I say. I don’t want to ruin anything. Maybe you will call me and say, “Hey, people want this!” Maybe it’s a market research thing … ”
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Although the news was not directly confirmed by either Disney or Sony, it has been reported Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina will repeat their roles as Electro and Doc Ock. The presence of villains from the previous two theatrical versions of Spider-Man has since sparked rumors that the film will explore the multiverse in a similar way to how it did Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verseand brought both Garfield and Tobey Maguire back as their versions of our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe teased the existence of a multiverse Spider-Man: Far from home, and both Avengers: Endgame and the one ahead Loki Series explore alternative timelines. As for the coming one Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madnessThe existence of parallel dimensions is as good as confirmed by the title. So it’s not too far-fetched to think that No Way Home would resonate with the same themes. It’s also important to remember that everyone involved in the next Spider-Man movie is under a duty of secrecy and that Disney likes to keep all of its Marvel cards until the last possible moment.
We’ll know the truth later this year as Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17th. For now, you can check out the excerpt from the interview with Garfield below:
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