Discarded from the character of Spider-Man in 2014 after two films, when he had signed for a trilogy, Andrew Garfield recently gave his opinion on Tom Holland, his successor in the skin of the spider-man.
Spider-Man: Rule of Three
Between the first film Spiderman directed by Sam Raimi released in 2002, and the last (Spider Man: No Way Home) scheduled for December 15, 2021, there will have been 3 different performers of the spider-man. First Tobey Maguire, who still remains the darling of many spectators. Then Andrew Garfield, who played Peter Parker in both films Amazing released in 2012 and 2014. And finally Tom Holland, who has been camping Spidey since 2016.
These three changes are explained by the complicated situation (to put it mildly) of the character, who is owned by both Sony and Disney. The former releases all of the character’s solo movies, but the latter may include her in MCU movies. A situation which has enough to lose the public, which had to deal with three different incarnations of the character in two decades, including two very close: Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland. Indeed, it was only two years between Garfield’s last appearance (Tea Amazing Spider-Man: A Hero’s Fate) and Holland’s premiere (Captain America: Civil War).
Andrew Garfield gives his opinion on Tom Holland
The situation must have been complicated for Andrew Garfield, who had signed for three films. A blow for this young actor, who did not have the influence he deserved. He was recently interviewed on the show The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on the performance of Tom Holland.
To me, Tom Holland is just the perfect Peter Parker and the perfect Spider-Man (…) I’m in the fan position again, and that’s my favorite thing. I can go to the movies, and criticize his costume and everything!
Recent online rumors (do you have it?) Hinted at a possible reunion of the three Spider-Man in the highly anticipated No Way from Home. Since it will evoke the multiverse, and that we had the confirmation of the presence of the Green Goblin of Willem Dafoe (thus of the antagonist of the Spider-Man of Tobey Maguire) and that of Electro (the antagonist of the Spider-Man of Andrew Garfield), it seems more than likely.
Answer on December 15 in theaters!