On a promotional flyer for No Way Home, Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man head can be seen.


On a promotional flyer for No Way Home, Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man head can be seen.

In a piece of official promotional material for Spider-Man: No Way Home, a Marvel fan believes he sees Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man. If genuine, this would be the first time Disney had approved material that included an image of two eras of live-action Spider-Man actors in the same frame. The image was included on an advertising brochure for Barkbox, a monthly subscription service that includes pet toys. The apparent Maguire Spider-Man is a small part of the character’s head printed in black and white and placed against a structure, which explains how it escaped Marvel’s notice.

Maguire and Andrew Garfield of The Amazing Spider-Man have long been reported to participate in Tom Holland’s No Way Home. The cast and producers have either ignored or flatly disputed set photos and video that purport to show the three Spider-Man actors together.

“Because I’m a fan myself, I understand why others are freaking out about the idea. You can’t help but anticipate situations and times where you think to yourself, “Oh, my God, how fucking awesome would that be if they did that?”” Garfield revealed this to Variety lately. “But it’s crucial for me to state on the record that I’m not aware I’m participating in this. But I know I won’t be able to say anything that will persuade anyone that I have no idea what’s going on. I’m screwed, no matter what I say. It will either be extremely disappointing or extremely thrilling for the public.” In a couple of ways, Maguire’s costume differs from Holland’s, lending credence to the theory that this photograph is the first solid confirmation of the numerous Spider-Men. His outfit’s webbing is substantially higher than Holland’s (or Garfield’s), and the black outline around the white eyes of the costume is smaller. The costume made a cameo in the trailer for Sony’s Morbius, which perplexed almost everyone.

The Barkbox image is seen below.

@barkbox, ayo. (hashtag)SpiderManNoWayHome pic.twitter.comXU4TXvZCfe I see something…. The multiverse has been a component of superhero stories since Garner Fox and Carmine Infantino’s “The Flash of Two Worlds” in 1961, but live action had largely avoided it until lately. The concept feels more like hard science fiction than most superhero stories, and it’s been around for a long time… Summary of Entertainment News from Brinkwire.


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