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Andrew Garfield Talks about Coming Back as Spider-Man

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Andrew Garfield, known for his role as Spider-Man alongside Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland, reflected on his experience as the iconic superhero. While the original Spider-Man trilogy is celebrated, Garfield’s portrayal in the “Amazing” series received mixed reviews. However, he found closure reprising his role in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” alongside Maguire and Holland.

In an interview with Variety, Garfield shared his surprise at the opportunity to play Spider-Man again. He mentioned receiving a call from Amy Pascal, Kevin Feige, and Jon Watts with a thrilling concept that felt spiritually significant. The idea of three Spider-Men sharing the screen excited him as a fan of the character.

Reflecting on his character’s journey, Garfield expressed gratitude for the chance to resolve unanswered questions about his Peter Parker. He appreciated working with talented actors, the director, and collaborating with Marvel and Sony. He found joy and closure in revisiting his character, providing healing and support while honoring Tom Holland’s portrayal of Spider-Man.

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