Andrew Garfield on ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’: 'It will be disappointing'

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The road to the premiere of 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' is one of the most interesting in superhero cinema. Not for nothing was his trailer crowned the most-watched in the history of the MCU, surpassing even the jewel in the crown, ‘Avengers: Endgame’. So the expectations around the third Spidey movie with Marvel are quite high, something that Andrew Garfield feels a bit nervous about.

Let us remember that ‘No Way Home’ has already confirmed the return of Alfred Molina as “Doctor Octopus "and Jamie Foxx as" Elektro "; besides that, Willem Dafoe will likely resume his role as the "Green Goblin". And it is that the multiverse that will uncover "Peter Parker" and "Doctor Strange ”will facilitate a range of plot possibilities, including the rumored return of the other two Spider-Men of the cinema: Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire.

Much has been speculated about seeing Andrew Garfield and Maguire alongside Tom Holland in the next Spider-Man movie (very much a ‘Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse’); but the truth is that neither of the two actors has confirmed the rumors. In fact, Garfield has repeatedly said that he will not participate, and now he fears that fans will be disappointed by not getting the movie they want to see.

In an interview with Newsweek, the actor said that he knows what is going on with the next movie and that it is not what fans think it is. Although Garfield admits that seeing all three Spider-Men together is an exciting idea, he worries that 'No Way Home' will turn out to be a major disappointment due to all the speculation. At this point, Garfield says that there is nothing he can do except keep denying it and watch events unfold.

"It's an exciting idea that people are obsessed with and I would be too if I was, you know, out there not knowing what's going on." But I know what's going on and I'm afraid it's going to be very disappointing for people. What I can do? I have to let people be disappointed. That is a big part of my recovery in my life, I have to allow people to have their own feelings, I cannot mitigate or control the experience of others. That is a practice of mine. So if they want to create an expectation for themselves. That depends on them.

Via Newsweek.

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ opens in theaters on December 17 with the stars of Tom Holland and Zendaya.

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