Andrew Garfield has surprised fans by making a comeback as Spider-Man in Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. Andrew who played the superhero in two installments of Marvel’s The Amazing Spider-Man wore his suit again for the last installment of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Tobey Mcguire who played the first SpiderMan also joined the No Way Home cast.
Andrew Garfield got his chance to come back and he didn’t waste it, he stole almost every scene he was in and reminded the world how good he was to Spider-Man. Now fans are asking to see more of him as Spider-Man.
ANDREW GARFIELD AS SPIDER MAN
Spider-Man fans have been wondering what it would be like if Andrew Garfield ever got the chance to continue taking the web-slinger icon, and those aspirations eventually came true for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Marvel and Sony’s new production has seen a wide variety of openings and all three live Peter Peter reruns appear on screen together.
Andrew Garfield and Tobey McGuire’s addition to Tom Holland’s Spider-Man certainly made the film reach massive heights across the world with earning more than 1.5 billion dollars on the Box Office.
WILL ANDREW GARFIELD RETURN AS SPIDERMAN AGAIN?
There is no end to the cry for Garfield to get more screen time as Spider-Man, either in the third round of his Amazing Spider-Man franchise or against another character like Venom or Morbius. Of course, any return may depend on Garfield actually wanting to come back and play Spider-Man again. In a recent interview with Variety, Garfield has indicated that he would like to give it a go, as long as the story is solid.
“I mean, yes, something is definitely open when it sounds right,” Garfield said. “Peter and Spider-Man, those characters about the ministry, to great people who are very confident in me. “
WHY DID ANDREW SAY YES TO NO WAY HOME?
Andrew spilled the beans about why he agreed to play the teen superhero again in No Way Home. “I didn’t expect to have another conversation about playing Peter Parker. I felt so happy to be a fan again. But I got this call from Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige and Jon Watts for this idea. It was undeniable at once. It sounded so exciting, so spiritual – so triple and totally interesting. At a basic level, as a Spider-Man fan, just the idea of seeing three Spider-Men in the same frame was enough.”