Spider-Man is a character who has had a long history on the big screen—rivaling only Batman. It all started with Tobey Maguire in Sam Raimi's original films. After a lackluster third outing, Sony decided it was time for a reboot. This put Andrew Garfield under the mask; another financial disappointment led to the world's third, and current, Spider-Man in Tom Holland. Who would have thought that those three different Spider-Men would ever appear on the screen at the same time?
Thanks to the magic that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Multiverse, what was previously thought to be impossible became a reality. If Spider-Man: No Way Home's success means anything, it's how the experience the project provides is one that audiences worldwide love.
With all the time that has passed since the movie hit theaters, Sony finally started to include both Maguire and Garfield in its marketing. The most notable release was when the three webheads properly re-created the Spider-Man pointing meme for the camera in a behind-the-scenes image.
Now, Sony and Marvel Studios finally released what fans have been dying for: a poster featuring all three Spider-Men together.
Andrew, Tobey & Tom Spider-Men Together Again
On the official Spider-Man: No Way Home Twitter page, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures officially unveiled a new poster that features all three Spider-Men in one artistic frame.
The piece of art features Peters 1, 2, and 3 all fighting the five Multiverse villains. Doc Ock's tentacles, Green Goblin's pumpkin bombs, Electro's lighting, and Sandman's sand can all be seen in the action:
On the left is none other than Andrew Garfield's Amazing Spider-Man, with Jamie Foxx's Electro's lightning prominent behind him:
In the middle is the MCU's poster child Tom Holland, who plays the most recent incarnation of the hero. The webhead looks like he's about to get hit by some pumpkin bombs and snuck up on by a big dinosaur:
Finally, on the right is Tobey Maguire's original Spider-Man from the Sam Raimi films. Fittingly, Doc Ock's arms seem to be more focused on him, with Sandman's large hand about to take hold on the web-slinger:
3 Spider-Men Ready for Action
Many fans haven't yet completely wrapped their heads around everything they saw in Spider-Man: No Way Home. On top of the three guys in spandex, there were almost half-a-dozen villains from previous installments—needless to say, it was a lot to take in.
At the end of the day, there's no doubt that the majority of fans' most revered moments in the movie come from scenes involving all three Peters. Thankfully, audiences will be able to see even more of Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland interacting in the form of behind-the-scenes footage and deleted scenes; one will just have to buy the film in either digital or physical format first.
Hopefully, the duo make another proper, in-universe, appearance at some point in the future. Tobey Maguire has been rumored to appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but nothing about that has been confirmed. The biggest probability of their return would be in the inevitable Secret Wars project.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is available for purchase on digital platforms and will hit physical home media on April 12.