Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, the former interpreters of Spider-Man, have secretly infiltrated a screening of No Way Home, the final installment of the Spider-Man trilogy worn by Tom Holland.
Warning, spoilers. You are advised to have seen Spider-Man: No Way Home before continuing to read this article.
The two former interpreters of Spider-Man supported in their own way No Way Home, the last film in the adventures of Spider-Man played by Tom Holland, at the cinema. In a recent interview with AND, Andrew Garfield has revealed that he and Tobey Maguire broke into a screening room for the film on the first weekend of release.
Without anyone recognizing them, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire therefore took advantage of the screening and the reactions of the fans in the theater:
“I still can’t believe it happened. I snuck into a movie theater on opening night and just watched the movie with my baseball cap and mask on. In fact, I was also with Tobey. Tobey and I snuck into a movie theater together and no one knew we were there. It was just a really beautiful thing to share together. “
After this statement, it wasn’t long before pictorial evidence appeared on social media. The fans were able to discover this moment immortalized in photo on Twitter, thanks to an employee of the cinema.
The latter clarified that they had come only to discover the reaction of the fans when they appear on the screen. But the vibe must have appealed to them since they ultimately stayed until the end of the Spider-Man: No Way Home screening.
In the photo, we can also see that director Jon Watts was there to share this emotional moment with them. In recent days, several interviews with Andrew Garfield have come out, in which he can finally express himself on Spider-Man and talk about this feeling of brotherhood in the film and with his playing partners:
“There is something spiritual that has happened and is happening, that we were exploring in the movie. The fact that this character is so lonely … That’s an important part of the character, which is unique to Spider-Man, for me in a way. Having a brotherly relationship with Tobey too, and with Tom, amplified that feeling that we were sharing a very unique experience. “