Andrew Garfield has no plans to play Spider-Man again

Andrew Garfield may have wowed audiences in Spider-Man: No Way Home but he’s seemingly not planning on returning as Spider-Man anytime soon. During an interview with Variety, the 38-year-old sometime superhero revealed that he has no plans to put on his Spidey suit again – even if he knows that many whon;t believe him.

“No plans, that’s the truth,” he said. “Everyone’s gonna call me a liar for the rest of my life. I’m the boy who cried wolf.
Garfield’s respons will likely disappoint many fans, who previously caused ‘Amazing Spider-Man 3’ to trend on Twitter with their calls for the actor to get another solo movie. Even the MCU’s Peter One, Tom Holland wants to see a new Garfield Spidey movie, but it looks like it’s not in the works just yet.

Andrew Garfield made a stunning cameo alongside Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man: No Way Home, when not one, but three Spider-Men teamed up to take on a rogue’s gallery resembling the Sinister Six. However, he was forced to keep it all quiet beforehand.

During the course of production, numerous rumors began to circulate, saying Garfield would return to the role of Spider-Man, but the denials came thick and fast.

Even as he worked on Tick, Tick… Boom! with Lin Manuel Miranda, he wouldn’t admit that he was returning to his fellow cast and crew members.

“To his credit, he never said it to me,” explained Miranda to Variety. “He always denied it, but I was there the day it leaked. He was on my set in November when it leaked that he was in talks and I quietly went up to him and said, ‘Bro, are you in the new ‘Spider-Man?” and he went, ‘Shut up, shut up.’ It was the worst acting I’d ever seen him do. And I went, ‘He’s gotta practice that, that denial,’ and he got very good at it, but I was there when he first workshopped it.”

Miranda added: “The euphemism became, ‘I’m seeing a friend in Atlanta, and I was like, ‘Say hi to your friend in Atlanta for me.’ His friend is two other Spidermen
Possibly unlike Garfield, Charlie Cox, who also appeared in No Way Home, confirmed that he will be back in the MCU. There are even ‘possibilities’ to see Venom head to the MCU proper, too.

Spider-Man: No Way Home stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker, along with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as their own versions of Spider-Man. They’re joined by Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Jon Favreau.

Jon Watts directed the movie from a script by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, based on characters created by comic book legend, Stan Lee

Source: People

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