Andrew Garfield says that anyone who expects to see him in the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home will be disappointed. Goodbye to the Spider-Verse?
In between the superhero movies that will be released, certainly one of the most anticipated is the Spider-Man: No Way Home , mainly because of all the rumors circulating about the possibility of the return of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as Spider version of each. from the saga films Sony Pictures earlier .
Although these rumors are getting stronger, the possibility remains that, despite some villains important has been seen (and implied) in Spider-Man: trailers no Way Home (including Doctor Octopus Alfred Molina) Let’s not have the rest of the versions of spider in the film Jon Watts .
In the absence of confirmation about his appearance (or that they surprised us with them in the film itself), actor Andrew Garfield have released a bottle of cold water to all the fans who hope to see it in the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home .
Speaking to Newsweek , Garfield discuss the rumors and speculation linking him with the project for more than a year, and while he can understand the hype, he warned that anyone who expected to see him return as Peter Parker can be “disappointed.”
“This is an interesting idea that makes people obsessed and I will also be so if, You know, out there do not know what was going on. But I knew what was going on and I’m worried it will be very disappointing for the people,” commented the actor.
There is always the possibility that Andrew Garfield plays a distraction and eventually surprise us with his appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but just in case, You should be familiar with the idea that we may not see it in the movies. film (same as other translator that has not yet been confirmed).
Andrew Garfield thought that the Spider-Man fans will probably precede themselves with all the speculation online that connects him and Tobey Maguire with the upcoming film in the franchise, Spider-Man: No Way Home .
For months people claim to have know that the web-slinger before, Maguire and Garfield, going back to work together with Spider-Man today, Tom Holland – but Marvel has not confirmed that sort of thing.
Although the villain of Spider-Man before, Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina) appears in the new trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home , both former actors Spider-Man is conspicuously missing.
Speaking to Newsweek while promoting the movie to come The Eyes of Tammy Faye , Garfield warned that anyone who expects him to return as Peter Parker might be “disappointed.”
Address the rumors and speculation to associate it with the project for more than a year now, Garfield said he can understand the hype: “This is an interesting idea that people are a little obsessed and I will also do it if I, You know, just , out there do not know what was going on.
“But I know what happened and I’m worried it will be very disappointing for the people,” he added.
Keep mum about what he knew about the Spider-Man movies that will come , Garfield recognizes that people may feel this a little anti-climactic, but also quickly realize that it’s not a problem. “What can I do? I have to let people disappointed. It’s a big part of my recovery in my life, I have to let people have their own feelings, I can’t reduce or control the experience of others. my workout. So if they want to create hope for themselves. It’s up to them.”
Twitter has been speculated for months, and Garfield has to face a lot of questions from journalists and fans, but fortunately he was not yet tired of talking about it.
He explained: “I understand. I think it’s like, fun for people to guess something so I fully understand. I fully understand.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home , the next movie in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is scheduled for release in theaters on December 17, 2021. Likely there is at least one trailer again for the film between now and later. , which can reveal more detail about a movie that is highly anticipated.
Garfield has two movies coming out before it: The Eyes of Tammy Faye , in which he served as pastor of the famous Jim Bakker, and Tick, Tick… Boom! in which he played the composer of theater that promises Jonathan Larson.
While promoting the film-this film, Garfield must be asked again about his involvement in the Spider-Man , starting with his appearance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon tonight (September 13).