The possibility of Spider-Man: No Way Home seeing three Peter Parkers in a movie, in one scene, causes madness in fans who are eagerly awaiting the development of the film. Added to this madness is the ambiguity in the statements of the actors involved, such as Andrew Garfield.
And it is that several actors, who were in the previous installments of Spidey, confirmed their presence many times, they have even already been seen in the trailers that came out of the film, but the Spider-Man of these universes, have said little or any.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, Jamie Foxx as Electro and Willem Dafoe as Green Goblin already confirmed his presence in the film, it would be strange if other versions of Peter Parker from other universes did not appear. That fans the flame of hope.
Therefore, when again consulted about it in an interview with GQ magazine, Andrew Garfield did not deny the presence of him in the tape, but he has not confirmed anything either.
"Look, at this point, I don't have much more to say, let's know if I'm in the movie — or not — when it opens," said the actor. In addition, he explained, again that the alleged leaked video of him on the set of Spider-Man: No Way Home, is "a photoshop".
Spider-Man: No Way Home, many doubts were generated around this alleged leak, even the alleged author of the video showed how he made the video, trying to prove that it was false.
But it turns Spider-Man: No Way Home out that that was also a lie and a group of experts in digital effects have practically confirmed that it is a real scene. It seems that we will have to wait for the film to be released to know, once and for all, how true Garfield's words were.
Every spider fan knows that Spider-Man's cinematic history began in 2002 with the trilogy directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire. A project so beloved that it has been surrounded by a quasi-mythical character that turned its protagonist into the definitive spider for wide sectors of the audience.
Spider-Man: No Way Home He was succeeded by The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), directed by Marc Webb and starring Andrew Garfield, struggled to find his way out of the shadow of his predecessor, which in no way deprived him of iconic moments, the death of Gwen Stacy being the most remembered of all. Beyond their respective successes and errors, both shared a common destiny: an unfinished story before its abrupt cancellation. And that's how we got to Tom Holland, who beyond his charismatic personality, went down in history as the spider from the Marvel Cinematic Universe that now seems to close a cycle with Spider-Man: No way home.
Early trailers have not hesitated to reveal that a failed spell by Doctor Strange, hampered in good part by Peter Parker's interruptions, will open the doors for villains from other cinematic universes to visit. Or what is the same, from other franchises. A list that of moments includes characters like Green Goblin, Octopus, Sandman, Lizard and Electro, and that could still grow - the trailers seem to show another goblin. But logic indicates that if threats managed to sneak into this world, great heroes could have done the same. And this is how the dream of millions of fans begins.
Who is the best Spider-Man in the entire history of cinema? If the debate has been going on for so many years and has never found the correct answer, it is because each spider was designed for different audiences immersed in different contexts, so each one captivated its own fans. This is why seeing the third reunited has become the dream of three generations and not only that, but many are confident that the comebacks of Maguire and Garfield will finally bring closure to their respective bows. If it materializes, it would be one of the biggest crowd pleasers in all of history and that would immediately turn Spider-Man: No Way Home into one of the most acclaimed superhero films of all time.
The problem is that, while the public debates the triple arachnid alliance, the meeting has not been confirmed at all by the actors involved or by Kevin Feige. The case of the latter has been especially curious, because although he has always tried to divert attention from many theories that end up being fulfilled, he has been unusually sharp with the questions about Sin camino a casa. "Rumors are funny, because a lot of them are true and a lot of them are not," he said recently. "The danger is when you play the game of expectations of wanting people to be enthusiastic about the movie they get and not disappointed by a movie they don't get."