Star Tom Holland says another Spider-Man Marvel Cinematic Universe crossover movie could happen in the future following Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Star Tom Holland says another Spider-Man Marvel Cinematic Universe crossover movie could happen in the future following Spider-Man: No Way Home. Sony first brought the wesblinger to life on the big screen in the early ’00s with Tobey Maguire behind the mask and Sam Raimi at the helm. After three successful films, the two would depart over creative differences with the studio, leading to the first franchise reboot starring Andrew Garfield and directed by Marc Webb.
Though Garfield’s incarnation of Spider-Man received largely positive reviews, the films themselves proved more divisive for critics and underwhelmed at the box office, leading to Sony scrapping future franchise plans and instead turning to Marvel Studios to bring the character to the MCU. This led to the second recasting with Tom Holland starring as a younger version of the hero, first appearing in Captain America: Civil War and going on to lead his own movie trilogy and appear in both Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. The most recent Holland-led outing, Spider-Man: No Way Home, has been a mammoth critical and commercial success and saw Maguire and Garfield return for the multiverse-breaking story and it appears this may not be the end for the three.
While speaking with Variety to discuss the long-gestating Uncharted movie adaptation, Tom Holland offered some insight for the future of Spider-Man on screen. When asked whether an MCU crossover for the three webslingers could happen again, Holland teased that it could happen thanks to the success of Spider-Man: No Way Home, but noted his uncertainty as to whether it will happen. See what Holland said below:
“It was one of those things — it was a an idea for a long time and an idea that always seemed impossible. Could it happen? Of course it could happen. We’ve done it once before. Will it happen? I don’t know.”
Theories and discussions surrounding Garfield and Maguire’s appearances in Spider-Man: No Way Home was the most-talked about element for the film in the months leading up to its release, fueled only for the former’s frequent denials of being in the film and various leaked photos pointing otherwise. The two would ultimately return to help Holland’s webslinger take on their past foes, much to the delight of critics and audiences alike, with some even taking to calling for Sony to revive both Maguire and Garfield’s Spider-Man franchises. While Maguire hasn’t outright confirmed his interest for more, Garfield has confirmed he’s open to come back for more if the material was right and that he is very interested in reuniting with his fellow Spider-Men for another adventure.
As Holland notes, the idea for Spider-Man: No Way Home‘s MCU crossover had been in the works for some time and that now that it has been done and proven to be as big of a success as it has, it would make sense for Sony to explore their options for getting the group back together. Though Holland has expressed a hesitation to come back for more, he recently confirmed there are conversations happening for his return, be it in the confirmed Spider-Man 4 or elsewhere in the MCU or Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. In the meantime, audiences can revisit the three Spider-Men on screen together with Spider-Man: No Way Home in theaters now.
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