Marvel Cinematic Universe has been one of the most successful franchises ever made by Hollywood or anywhere else. It has been a collection of movies, shows, animations, and games that connect every story and every dot.
MCU is also the most profitable franchise ever in the film industry around the world. The movies have generated a lot of buzz around themselves and a few of some amazing actors have been a part of this franchise. There are some actors too who have accepted in late-night interviews that they are interested in a part in the Marvel extravaganza.
Spiderman No Way Home:
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SpiderMan No Way Home is one of the most awaited movies in the franchise and it has created quite a buzz since the trailer of the movie release. A statement was released by Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios and since 2007 he is the primary producer of the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise.
He said this is the movie that will really explore the elements of the multiverse in the Marvel Universe and will really be detailed about it. In an interview, lead actor, Tom Holland who plays Spider-Man says that it was an amazing experience working with some great actors who were brought back using either CGI or the actor came back from the Original Trilogy by Sam Raimi.
Andrew Garfield role:
As we have mentioned above that many actors want to play some role, short or long in this franchise. That’s why Matt Damon agreed to play Loki in a play in Thor Ragnarok. This is why Michael Douglas agreed to play a role in Ant-Man. But there Spider-Man No Way Home is a project where they went all in.
They wanted to bring back Tobey Maguire, from Original Trilogy and Andrew Garfield from the Amazing Spider-Man into this movie as this movie will explore Multiverses. But In almost three interviews, Andrew Garfield totally denied his presence in the movie and he was quite serious about it.
In a recent breakdown by Corridor Crew, Finally, Andrew Garfield agreed that he is in fact not a part of the movie and it is confirmed that he will not play his role from the amazing Spider-Man.
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