Since Spider-Man: No Way Home has been out for almost a month, we’re sure you’re aware that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprise their roles as Peter Parker from the previous films. Tobey and Andrew donned very similar suits, if not identical, to the ones they wore back in the day. It’s reasonable to presume that Sony and Marvel commissioned new costumes for the actors. But, at least in Andrew’s opinion, this was not the case.
In Spider-Man: No Way Home, Andrew Garfield resumed his role as Spider-Man, wearing the same outfit in The Amazing Spider-Man. The next installment of the MCU’s Spider-Man movies features several familiar characters from around the multiverse after a spell goes awry, prompting Tom Holland’s Spider-Man to fix it. Garfield and Tobey Maguire, two parallel Peter Parkers, are captured from their worlds.
From 2012 until 2014, Garfield played Peter Parker, and he was rumored to appear in the most recent film before its release. Even when the multiverse story’s details were established, and production leaks were made public, Garfield strongly denied any involvement. Despite the leaks, fans were pleased to see Maguire, Garfield, and Holland on the big screen together. Their sibling-like relationship has aided Spider-Man: No Way Home’s enormous success, with fans raving about the picture more than a month after its initial release.
Garfield was a guest on the Happy Sad Confused podcast recently, where he talked about Spider-Man: No Way Home. Every Spider-Man film has had its version of the Spidey Suit, created specifically for the actor. Surprisingly, Garfield reveals in the episode that he donned the same clothing he did in The Amazing Spider-Man when reprising his role in No Way Home. According to Screenrant, he stated, “I’m still a good fit, bruh… I needed to become in better shape. I have to work with my coach on it. That made me nervous. I was a nervous wreck. I was thinking to myself, “No one wants to see an elderly, obese guy dressed up as Spider-Man.”
The actor also talked about some of the on-set improvisation, including Zendaya tossing bread at him and a scene removed from the film’s final cut.