Tobey Maguire Reveals Why He Did Spider-Man: No Way Home


Tobey Maguire has revealed what convinced him to do Spider-Man: No Way Home for Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures.

Maguire revealed this during a recent interview with Deadline.

The interview features Maguire, Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield all together for the first time ever taking about the movie.

Here’s what Maguire had to say about being asked to do the movie by Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal:

I went and had a meeting with Amy and Kevin. Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige. And had talked about… They sort of just teased it. I think Amy was like, ‘We’d love to talk to you, and you you know what this is about.’ And I was like ‘okay, sure. Let’s go chat.’ Maybe you could just give me a little bit of information. But, I don’t know. I gotta say, I was intrigued immediately. In that conversation, the intention, the kind of love and celebration of these movies, and what it meant I think to Amy and Kevin was was apparent. To me, when artists or people who are um steering the creative process have a kind of authentic, genuine intent of celebration and love, it just was so apparent in both of them that I just wanted to join that.

What convinced Tobey Maguire to do Spider-Man: No Way Home?

Read more: Tobey Maguire To Star In More Spider-Man Movies?

It’ll be interesting to see whether Tobey Maguire agrees to return as Spider-Man again in the future.

He did say during this interview that he didn’t think of No Way Home has him closing the chapter on Spider-Man.

So, it seems as though he might get to play the character at least one more time.

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What did you make of Tobey Maguire’s performance in Spider-Man: No Way Home?

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