In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the second interpreter of Spider-Man, Andrew Garfieldconfessed to feeling very emotional upon returning as spider-man and working alongside Tobey Maguire, whom he had admired since the first Spider-Man trilogy by Sam Raimi.
Andrew Garfield did not hesitate to say that he wanted to impress Tobey Maguire, because he wanted him to be his older brother and mentor: “I was obsessed with what (Maguire) was doing. I have a full heart here, where I want Tobey to be impressed by me.”
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“I want him to be my big brother/mentor figure and tell me I’m doing a good job. I want to compete with him. I want to improve it. I want to make fun of him, have fun with him.” added the actor.
In addition to this, Garfield said that he did not hesitate to express this feeling to the production so that they use it as an advantage. For this reason, when we see Spider-Man: no way home, we feel this brotherhood connection between Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland.
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The three Peter Parkers were seen as an example and a support before the problems that happened in their universes and the new ones that they went through in No way home. Sin camino a casa continues to be a success, so much so that it is still showing in some theaters around the world.
Spider-Man: No Way Home grossed $760.9 million at the US box office alone, trailing James Cameron’s Avatar which earned $760.5 million.; however, the tape Marvel Cinematic Universe it does not surpass Avatar globally.
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