No Way Home saw the much-anticipated unison of Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield as all three generations of Spider-Man paid off way too well for Sony, with “No Way Home” grossing a whopping $702 million and counting at the domestic box office to become Sony’s biggest film in the history and well, the fourth highest-grossing release of all time in the United States.
Garfield recently revealed on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast that the actor is more than eager to “return to work” with co-stars Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland. Obviously, there’s money to be made if Sony decides to reunite the three yet again, and now actor Garfield is keeping all the doors open if the right idea makes it worth it to put the web-slinger costume back on.
“In terms of moving forward with the character, yes I am definitely open to that,” Garfield said. “Again it would have to be something very unique, very special and serving to an audience and in service of the character. There’s something playful and unique and odd and unexpected to be done. I’m not sure what is but if we can figure it out it would be so much fun.”
Garfield went on to add, “I would love to continue working with Tobey [Maguire] and with Tom [Holland]. That kind of three-brother dynamic is so juicy.”
Andrew Garfield first revealed to Variety that he was interested in making one more “Spider-Man” film, albeit only “if it felt right” in terms of the idea of the story. Garfield originally played Spidey in the Marc Webb-directed “The Amazing Spider-Man” and later in 2014’s “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” The latter was an absolute failure among fans, thereby forcing Sony to cut Garfield’s franchise short and ultimately team up with Disney to bring Spider-Man into the MCU with Tom Holland.
“Peter and Spider-Man, those characters are all about service, to the greater good and the many,” Garfield told Variety about his interest in continuing to play Spider-Man. “He’s a working-class boy from Queens that knows struggle and loss and is deeply empathetic. I would try to borrow Peter Parker’s ethical framework in that, if there was an opportunity to step back in and tell more of that story, I would have to feel very sure and certain in myself.”
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is playing in theaters all across the globe.