Tom Holland starrer
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ has broken the pandemic curse, becoming one of the
highest-grossing films of all time. Part of the success can be credited to its
incorporation of former Spider-Man actors Tobey Maguire, and Andrew

In a recent interview
with Deadline, Holland, Maguire and Garfield sat down to discuss the film’s
success and the concept of bringing back multiverse characters, much like the

Maguire shared that
he had hopped on board after meeting producer Amy Pascal and the chief of
Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige. After seeing the duo’s love and celebration for
the project, Maguire decided to join forces. He said, “To me, when artists or
people who are steering the creative process have a kind of authentic, genuine
intent of celebration and love, it just was so apparent in both of them (Pascal
and Feige), that, I don’t know, I just wanted to join that. And I’m a big fan
of Tom and those movies and Andrew. So, it was definitely intriguing.”

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On the other hand,
Garfield joked about Tobey being the reason for his participation in the
franchise. He added that the intention felt pure, along with a great story

“It was like, ‘Oh, the intention feels very pure here. It actually feels like a great creative idea and a great creative story’,” he said. 

Garfield also shared how he felt that the duo extending to a trio could
help the character’s journey, and the collaboration was pivoted by the
brotherhood they shared. “Getting three Spider-Men together could go one of two
ways, and I think it’s a testament to these guys that it went the way that it
went, which was a brotherhood, which is just beautiful,” he said.

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‘Spider-Man: No Way
is written by Chris McKenna and Eric Sommers and is directed by returning
filmmaker Jon Watts. The plot revolves around the identity of Spider-Man being
out in the open, and how Holland’s Peter Parker attempts to make the world
forget it. The film expands on the idea of multiverse, bringing in Doctor
Strange, former Spider-Men, and villainous characters like Green Goblin and Doc