Andrew Garfield Reveals If There Are Plans For Him To Play Spider-Man Again

After the entire No Way Home situation, are we ever going to be able to trust Andrew Garfield again? Garfield, who played Peter Parker/Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man duology directed by Marc Webb, made his huge comeback in last year’s Spider-Man: No Way Home, even though he denied his involvement in the movie multiple times.

After the massive success of No Way Home, it’s a fact that Spider-Man still has a big future in the MCU. Although Tom Holland said he’ll take a break, for now, producers Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige said that the fourth Spider-Man installment set in the MCU will eventually happen. Still, Holland isn’t the only Spider-Man out there.

After seeing him again in No Way Home, many fans started wishing for Andrew Garfield to make The Amazing Spider-Man 3, the movie that never happened due to the underperformance of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 back in 2014. But, Garfield recently revealed that there are currently no plans for another return, so he says.

“No plans, that’s the truth. Everyone’s gonna call me a liar for the rest of my life. I’m the boy who cried wolf.” — Andrew Garfield for Variety

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Do you think Garfield is honest this time? Yeah, we didn’t think so. With the doors of the Multiverse now opened across the whole Marvel Multiverse, the possibilities are now endless, especially with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on its way. There are countless rumors that many returning characters from the X-Men franchise will appear in Doctor Strange 2, some are even mentioning Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man and Deadpool.

Also, when the upcoming Morbius movie was delayed last month (for the seventh time, but who’s counting) from January to April this year, some fans got an idea that it’s because some reshoots are set to be undertaken. They’re thinking that reshoots will be used to include Garfield’s Spider-Man in the movie after the success in No Way Home. Personally, we don’t believe that’s the reason, but we’ll see when the movie (finally and hopefully) hits theaters on April 1, 2022.

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