Andrew Garfield Emphatically Denies ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Rumors: “It’s F**king Hilarious”

What’s it going to take for fans to accept that Spider-Man: No Way Home won’t be our chance to see Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire share the screen? That’s been a fun rumor for months, but pretty much everybody involved has shit it down. Holland denied it himself, and now Garfield is dumping cold water, too.


“There isn’t anything to ruin, bro!” said on the Happy. Sad. Confused podcast. “There’s nothing to ruin! It’s so crazy. It’s fucking hilarious to me.”

Alrighty then. So that’s a no?

Garfield continued, “I see that Spider-Man is trending [on Twitter], and people are freaking out about [‘Spider-Man 3’]. And I’m like, ‘Guys, guys, guys…’ I wish I could be able to speak to everyone and say, ‘I recommend that you chill.’ I can only speak for myself. They may be doing something, but I ain’t got a call.”

“I would have gotten a call by now, that’s all I’m saying,” he said when asked yet again if he was in the movie.

Here’s what we do know: Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, along with Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, and more familiar faces from the previous movies. Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina are both confirmed to return as Electro and Doctor Octopus, the characters they played in previous Spidey franchises. Clearly, there’s some Multiverse aspect to the storyline, and having Maguire and Garfield makes sense. But if this is happening, Marvel has these guys are super-duper secret lockdown.

Spider-Man: No Way Home opens December 17th.

Travis Hopson
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