Andrew Garfield on a hypothetical ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 3’: "No one will believe anything you say anymore"


Andrew Garfield did not stop lying (and having fun) about his appearance in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’. Let us remember that, while the actor was in full promotion of ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’, the journalists took the opportunity to pepper him with questions about a possible participation in the marvelous tape and, to be frank, he was not quite good keep the secret.

But, focusing on what is important, the star never gave his arm to twist, he even showed his anger at the insistence of the media. That is why when, now, The Hollywood Reporter asks him for information about the option of carrying out ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 3’, he limits himself to answering: “No one is going to believe anything he says anymore” .

A deleted scene gives hope

Although many reject this idea, a deleted scene from ‘No Way Home’ could have revealed that we will see the interpreter wearing the Spider-Man suit again. However, this does not mean that the sequel to ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Power of Electro’ has been greenlit, but it could also indicate that Garfield would appear in more installments starring Tom Holland.

The sequence would show Holland saying goodbye to his two predecessors before returning to their respective universes: “See you soon.” To which the character of Garfield would reply: “You know where to find us.” For now there is nothing official about it, but after ‘No Way Home’, there are many fans who want to see Garfield putting on the Spidey suit again.

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