Spider-Man: Andrew Garfield Doesn’t Want To Answer Any More Questions About No Way Home – “I’m Sorry In Advance”

Former Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield was asked several times before about the leaks and unconfirmed reports that he’ll reprise the role of Spider-Man in the upcoming movie Spider-Man: No Way Home. Every time he was asked, Garfield denied everything, and now it seems he had enough of being asked about it.

Listen, at this point… I’m done. We’ll all out find out when the movie comes out and we’ll either be very disappointed, or we’ll be very happy. Or someone will say, “I told you so,” and another person will say, “I told you so.” We’ll all find out. I’m sorry in advance.

Andrew Garfield for GQ

Garfield was asked several times before about his possible appearance. He said all the leaked images were photoshopped, which could be. Tom Holland also denied that Garfield and another former Spider-Man star Tobey Maguire will appear, although he said that that won’t change how huge the movie is, and we bet it won’t.

Although most of Marvel’s fanbase is 100% assured they’ll see three Spider-Men in the movie, it’s a fact that that was never officially confirmed by Marvel or Sony. And fans are still looking for every possible evidence to make those rumors and leaks valid.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will follow Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in a new adventure: after his identity was revealed to the world and Mysterio’s death was pinned on him, Peter Parker must find a solution to this tough situation. When he asks Doctor Strange for help, one try to make things right will unleash the gates of the Multiverse and make things even worse. Five Spider-Man villains that previously appeared in either Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy or Marc Web’s Spider-Man duology – Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman, and Lizard – will officially return.

Two official trailers were released so far. They uncovered a lot about the movie, but still managed to keep a lot of secrets, or as many secrets as they can considering all the rumors, leaks, and theories that are emerging on social media every day. Thankfully, none of that will matter once the movie hits theaters on December 17.


Spider-Man: Andrew Garfield Doesn’t Want To Answer Any More Questions About No Way Home – “I’m Sorry In Advance”

Former Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield was asked several times before about the leaks and unconfirmed reports that he’ll reprise the role of Spider-Man in the upcoming movie Spider-Man: No Way Home. Every time he was asked, Garfield denied everything, and now it seems he had enough of being asked about it.

Listen, at this point… I’m done. We’ll all out find out when the movie comes out and we’ll either be very disappointed, or we’ll be very happy. Or someone will say, “I told you so,” and another person will say, “I told you so.” We’ll all find out. I’m sorry in advance.

Andrew Garfield for GQ

Garfield was asked several times before about his possible appearance. He said all the leaked images were photoshopped, which could be. Tom Holland also denied that Garfield and another former Spider-Man star Tobey Maguire will appear, although he said that that won’t change how huge the movie is, and we bet it won’t.

Although most of Marvel’s fanbase is 100% assured they’ll see three Spider-Men in the movie, it’s a fact that that was never officially confirmed by Marvel or Sony. And fans are still looking for every possible evidence to make those rumors and leaks valid.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will follow Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in a new adventure: after his identity was revealed to the world and Mysterio’s death was pinned on him, Peter Parker must find a solution to this tough situation. When he asks Doctor Strange for help, one try to make things right will unleash the gates of the Multiverse and make things even worse. Five Spider-Man villains that previously appeared in either Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy or Marc Web’s Spider-Man duology – Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman, and Lizard – will officially return.

Two official trailers were released so far. They uncovered a lot about the movie, but still managed to keep a lot of secrets, or as many secrets as they can considering all the rumors, leaks, and theories that are emerging on social media every day. Thankfully, none of that will matter once the movie hits theaters on December 17.

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