The film also features Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, Jamie Foxx, Willem Dafoe, Tobey Maguire and Alfred Molina among others
Spider-Man: No Way Home is definitely the talk of the town these days. With rave reviews from critics and fans alike pouring in, the stars have started revealing some anecdotes from the film’s sets, now that most of its closely guarded secrets have come out in the open. And most of them seem to come from Andrew Garfield who had previously been tight lipped about his involvement in the film.
In conversation with Variety, Garfield opened up about an amusing interaction he shared with co-star Tom Holland who leads the film. Garfield talked about how the latter had been jealous of the former’s suit, and for quite a simple reason as well. Garfield’s suit had zippers along the lines of it, and the actor could easily get his hands out of it using it. Holland’s suit on the other hand was a bit more complicated and the star could not remove it as and when he pleased. Garfield also hilariously recalled how Holland had to use his nose to work on his phone as he couldn't get his hands free.
Of all the live action Spider-men, Holland’s suit was by far the most sophisticated and complex, being designed by none other than Tony Stark. So it comes as no surprise that some of the suit’s complications might prove to be troublesome for the actors.
As Spider-Man: No Way Home deals with the concept of multi verses, the film was able to bring together different renditions of the superhero played by Garfield and Tobey Maguire. Maguire had been the first actor to essay the role of the web slinger in a live action film, followed by Garfield.