Helmed by Jon Watts, the 27th MCU movie also stars Zendaya, Tobey Maguire, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jacob Batalon, among others
Spider-Man: No Way Home has been receiving overwhelming responses both in terms of reviews and box office. Amidst the huge success of the movie, Andrew Garfield has recently shared his happiness on returning as Peter Parker, which was kept as a secret till the release of the movie.
Garfield told Variety that he received a call from Amy Pascal, Kevin Feige and Jon Watts at a time when he was expecting it the least. He never thought he would play Peter Parker again, nor expected to have even a conversation about it, he revealed. The actor further talked about how he was asked to explore the opportunity if he was dumped into another universe.
Working with his fellow Spider-Men was a hilarious experience for the actor, as it was like just three ordinary dudes hanging out, who happen to be just actors.
Talking about his character in the movie, Garfield thinks that it was a unique emotional and physical experience. Realising a fellow brother who has been going through the exact same thing and feeling lonely, was a spiritual journey for the actor.
When he was asked if he would be open to coming back to the character again, he answered that he would definitely do it if he felt it right. Peter and Spider-Man were all about service and doing the greater good, and the actor seems to borrow their ethical framework to himself.
Helmed by Jon Watts, the 27th MCU movie stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jacob Batalon, among others. The movie has also witnessed the comeback of the iconic super villains like Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman, The Lizard and Green Goblin. The movie has united the Spideys played by Garfield, Holland and Tom Maguire, which was an epic moment for the fans.