Everyone knows the exercise with the Marvel movies: nothing is allowed to be spoiled, and if you accidentally mess up something major like Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland have done in the past, you face the wrath of millions of angry MCU fans – and possibly Kevin Feige. Andrew Garfield has been said to be making an appearance for some time. Spider-Man: No Coming Home. It’s not too far fetched, whereas Alfred Molina is reprising his role from the films of the early 2000s as Doc Ock. But unfortunately, Garfield put an end to the rumors.
In a recent episode of Josh Horowitz’s podcast Happy sad confused, Horowitz told Garfield he didn’t know how to bring up the Spider-Man stuff because he didn’t want to “mess up anything if there was something to mess up.” Garfield responded with a laugh, saying, “I have nothing to ruin, brother! I must quickly interrupt you. There is nothing to ruin! He added that it was “fucking hilarious” because he saw how often Spider-Man is all the rage, with people freaking out over the rumors. “I’m just like ‘Guys, guys, guys… I wish I could talk to everyone and just like’ I recommend you relax,” he said. Garfield went on to say that he can’t talk about anything other than himself, but “hasn’t received a call.”
He also compared it to Werewolf (a game some of you probably played in college) and Mafia, where you have to convince everyone that you are not the werewolf of the group: “As if I felt like I was in a fucking game Werewolf-or Mafia“Where I’m like ‘I’m not the werewolf! I promise I am not the werewolf! and everyone is like ‘You are the werewolf! You are the fucking werewolf! Look at him… ”So no, Andrew Garfield isn’t the werewolf – uh, Spider-Man. But hey, werewolves have to lie to win the game, right? We will know soon enough if he is telling the truth.