Spider-Man: No Way Home Behind-The-Scenes Footage Shows Tobey Maguire Becoming Spidey Again

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Behind-The-Scenes Footage Shows Tobey Maguire Becoming Spidey Again

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Behind-the-scenes footage from Spider-Man: No Way Home sees Tobey Maguire talk about becoming the iconic character again.

Are your Spidey-senses tingling? Well, they're about to be, as Maguire was said to be 'jumping' to get back into the incredible role.

In an exclusive interview with Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Maguire, the three talk about their experience filming the Oscar-nominated No Way Home.

Check it out:


The interview starts with Holland explaining how the filming was interesting from a choreography standpoint as all of the spider-men where trying to 'figure each other out'.

Holland added that each of them had 'individual, unique styles of being Spider-Man'. The interview then cuts to some much-loved Spidey-stunts, with Maguire attached to a wire about to pull off what looks like a pretty acrobatic stunt, and he looks thrilled to be back in the suit.

As Garfield notes, Maguire is 'jumping at the bit' to discuss becoming Spider-Man again.

'It's been killing me because of the whole secrecy thing', Maguire responded.


The interview comes as part of the promotion for the DVD and Blu-Ray release of No Way Home, with a teaser trailer of the film's 'hilarious' behind-the-scenes shots promising to be 'packed with bonus features'.

The footage is set to be an extra 80 minutes, with '20 minutes more of Peter 2 and Peter 3', as well as hidden 'easter eggs'.

There's even a clip of Zendaya talking about jumping off of a cherry picker and, honestly, they've got our attention.

The digital edition of the DVD will be available from March 22, with the Blu-Ray coming on April 4.

Since its release in December 2021, the film is currently the 6th highest grossing of all time, and, while the film received a well-deserved Oscar nomination for its visual effects, many were disappointed it had been snubbed from the Best Film category.

Jimmy Kimmel even commented on the controversy saying: 'How did that not get one of the ten nominations for best picture? There were only 11 movies made this year!'

However, some are hoping the film still has a shot at further Oscar recognition in the fan-favourite category.

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Topics: Film & TV, Spider-Man, Film and TV

Shola Lee
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