The upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, looks to be one of Marvel’s biggest movies since the shutdown. With Tom Holland’s potential final performance as the web slinger fans are waiting anxiously to see what his final outing will have. But fans expecting some huge blowout with everything they’ve been wanting might be a bit too much excitement according to Marvel Head, Kevin Feige.
When recently speaking about the upcoming Spider-Man film in an interview with Empire he said the following
“Rumors are fun, because many of them are true, and many of them are not true. The danger is when you get into the expectations game of wanting people to be excited about the movie they get, and not disappointed about a movie they don’t get.“
This statement feels somewhat concerning to those who were hoping to see both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprising their roles as the past Spider-Men from the two pervious eras of the character on film. With the appearances of Alfred Molena’s Doctor Octopus and Jamie Foxx’s Electro and with the possibility of seeing Willem Defoe’s Green Goblin the idea of them not showing up seems ludicrous. But something might have happened the would lead to them not appearing. Not to mention both the Maguire Trilogy and the Garfield Duology recently received HD Re-Releases on 4K Blu-Ray.
Actor Andrew Garfield has been denying his participation in the film. This could either be a marketing stunt, or he could have signed an NDA, or perhaps he is indeed not appearing. He has stated that he can’t say anything because if he says no people will be disappointed or if he says yes he’ll get in trouble. Not to mention even if Maguire and Garfield’s versions appear they might only be brief encounter near the end instead of like in Spider-Verse. You got what you wished for but at what cost.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to release in theaters on December 17th. We’ll have to wait untill then see if the three web slingers come together or not.
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