Spider-Man 3: In an interview with Extra TV last Thursday (11), Andrew Garfield said he was excited about the production of Spider-Man: No Return Home and once again gave up on his participation in the film, despite the numerous rumors leaked recently.
During Tick’s debut screening, Tick… Boom!, a film directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and starring Andrew Garfield, who plays the late playwright of the musical Rent, Jonathan Larson, the actor again commented on rumors of his supposed participation in Jon Watts’ Aranhaverse. The questioning, made by the Extra TV team, came as a provocation to see if it was possible to get any clues about Garfield’s involvement, but the Hollywood star left the chances in the air and dodged confirmation.
“I really love what the whole team did with the character. Like, I really love what Jon Watts did, what Tom did, what Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige did with this incarnation of the character, and they gave a lot of soul and a lot of fun and joy to something so true to him. I’ll say this: I’m really excited to see what they’ve done with their third movie. I blinked a little, but it was totally accidental,” he commented, when tested with the game of winking. “I don’t assume anything about that!”
Sem Volta Para Casa, a feature film that will introduce Aranhaverso into the MCU canon, already has major highlights of Spider’s cinematic past in its production, such as the villains Dr. Octopus (Alfred Molina), Duende Verde (Willem Dafoe) and Electro ( Jamie Foxx). In addition, details on the official poster, such as the sandstorm in the background — see below — point out that Sand-Man (Thomas Haden) should also be part of the cast. So far, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield have not been made official.