In the last couple of decades, the Spider-Man fans have seen three distinct players perform the character in live action, with the present spider-man actor Tom Holland claiming that his character iterations are more interesting than that of Tobey Maguire because his defects provide more opportunity for him to develop as a personality. Initially depicted as a high school student, Peter Parker was allowed to mature for the 2002 Spider Man to sauté more forward in time after graduation, and Holland’s Peter Parker’s time was very limited so that the audience could be witnesses of his failure and ultimate growth as a vengeur.
Holland reveals in response to a fan
“Because it makes me more interesting, I guess,” Holland revealed in a video for GQin response to a fan question about why his character was naive compared to Maguire’s version of Peter Parker. “It gives me more room to grow. If you start out a badass, there’s nowhere to go. I don’t know.”
Maguire’s hero vs Holland’s
Maguire debuted as the character in 2002’s Spider-Man, which would go on to help launch the current superhero renaissance that fans are enjoying. Understandably, this was a highly coveted role, which the actor reprised in two more films. His final performance of the character came in 2007, with 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Manseeing Andrew Garfield take on the character, with Sony’s partnership with Marvel Studios preventing him from reprising the role more than once before the character was integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Fans look forward to Maguire
Fans continue to hope that somehow Maguire might be integrated into the MCU, which would be more exciting if he had a cameo in the project Spider-Man. Spider-Man: Far from Home producer Amy Pascal disclosed before that that she would be interested in discovering a way for Maguire and Garfield to take up their roles. “There are [possibilities]. Everything is possible,” Pascal shared about the team-up. “It would be very interesting.”