Andrew Garfield Reflects On His “Undone Feeling” Of The Amazing Spiderman 3

Unlike the other Spider-mans i.e Tobey Maguire & Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield just got two movies for his character. After the release of Spider-Man No way Home fans have demanded that they want to see a third sequel to “The Amazing Spiderman” as well. Even Andrew Garfield has reflected on the incomplete trilogy and thinks that he is not done yet.

The Amazing Spiderman 2 didn’t perform really well at the box office. Also, some sources suggested that the studio was not okay with Andrew Garfield’s behavior so that’s why he didn’t return as the character in another sequel. After 8 years, Andrew Garfield’s Spiderman appeared in No Way Home.

From that time onwards, Fans started discussing another Andrew’s spiderman sequel. As of now, there are no reports from Sony Pictures regarding the same. But there are rumors about Tom Holland’s Spiderman getting a fourth movie.

Let’s have a look at what Andrew Garfield has to say about the third sequel.

Andrew Garfield On The Amazing Spiderman Sequel

Recently Andrew Garfield did an interview with GQ, where he said that he didn’t have any expectations about playing Spiderman anymore. He was very open about the character’s journey and wherever it leads to. But he thinks that in his mind there is still an “undone feeling.”


He adds, “Like, What was that experience about? And how do I close that circle in my living room on my own? And I was doing that – and then it was like that classic thing when you’re getting over a relationship, and you’re first starting to really feel free and untethered from that thing – the person knows to call the hour after the first good night’s sleep you’ve had.”

The Spiderman actor really loved the No Way Home experience. As there was no pressure on his shoulders but Tom Holland’s because it was his film. Whereas he says that he and Tobey were there to provide ” support and have an as good time as possible.” Later, Andrew spoke about how all three of them had ownership over this character. But for them, it was all about brotherhood first.

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