The vision of Spider-Man No Way Home has excited many fans of the saga: now, inspired by what they’ve seen, they’re asking to close the speech with a special request.
Spider-Man’s vision of No Way Home has skewed many Marvel fans and Tessiragnatele in particular: those who have followed the brand in its cinematic incarnations for twenty years now expect Sony and Marvel Studios to get the job done with another film. What is it specifically? We chose not to write it straight away to avoid spoilers, although at this point we believe that most fans interested in the new Tom Holland film have seen (and perhaps even revised it).
Spider-Man No Way Home is now asking for another film to be produced, according to fans
In the last few hours, messages on social networks from Spider-Man fans have multiplied: fans, having seen Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in action alongside Tom Holland, now have accounts that don’t add up. Garfield was never given the opportunity to finish his trilogy, missing the final third act after The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Power of Electro (2014). Especially with Sony’s Spider-Man Universe now embracing the explosive charisma of Tom Hardy aka Venom, someone is dreaming of The Amazing Spider-Man 3 with Hardy and Garfield.
Overall, we’d love to see Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker at work, and that wouldn’t be an odd request in a time of unbridled revival (in Spider-Man No Way Home, but also in the upcoming The Flash, with Michael Keaton and Ben. Afflecks are back playing their Batman).
Will Garfield still work, beyond the “surprise” in Spider-Man: No Way Home? What is certain is that at that time Sony stopped the trilogy because The Amazing Spider-Man 2 grossed “only” 709 million dollars compared to 758 from the first chapter, in the face of the growing collection of rival Marvel Studios. Hence the decision to collaborate together in a new direction.
Of course, with the animation Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) arriving in October 2022, with a related sequel, things are starting to get a little buzzing, even if experience teaches that the concept of “inflation” seems worth very little in cinematic territory.