Ever since the theories regarding Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield coming back started fans started wondering how it would work out. Even though the fans became aware of them reprising their roles, the movie still managed to make the moment rather exciting. The scenes actually saw the characters actually paying a tribute to their past interpretations of the role. There were many questions about how the actors might have felt about reprising their roles. Following the release of the film, we got to see the actors talk about No Way Home. In a recent interview, we got to hear what actually happened behind the scenes when the 3 Spider-Man actors (Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland) met the first time for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
No Way Home
The Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield versions of Spider-Man make an appearance in a very important moment in the movie. This was actually important because the characters added a certain depth to the narrative of the movie. Both the Spider-Men actually make an appearance when Tom Holland’s Peter Parker loses his Aunt May. It actually works as a moment of connection between the three Spider-Men. This eases the process of them working together in order to fight all the villains who appeared in the movie. But it seems that things were actually quite similar when the three actors met together behind the scenes for the movie.
Jon Watts Reveals The Moment The 3 Spider-Man Actors Met
In an interview with Variety, Jon Watts talked about what happened when he gathered Holland, Maguire, Garfield, Zendaya, and Batalon to discuss the script. He actually said that the moment was like a “Spider-Man therapy session“. According to Watts:
We sat on folding chairs in a circle and went through the script together. I had talked to everyone separately, but to have everyone together to talk about the story, how the pieces fit together and what Spider-Man meant to them — that was exciting for me. We had the only three actors to ever play Spider-Man in a film, and each had been through so much, on and off screen. It was like a Spider-Man therapy session.
This is a clear indication that the trio had interesting chemistry behind the screens. That must be why their appearance in the movie actually worked out quite well. Maguire and Garfield had their own additions for the narrative and this allowed us to see some rather exciting moments. The particular moment where they point at each other was actually something Garfield suggested. This actually helped in making the movie a celebration for the fans of the character and not just any other Spider-Man movie.
Spider-Man: No Way Home can be seen in theaters near you.