Andrew Garfield has stated that he would like to work with Tobey Maguire again after appearing with him in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The billion-dollar blockbuster featured the come back of both Garfield and Maguire's Spider-Men, who colluded with the MCU's version of the web-slinging hero.
Nevertheless, in light of their newly found camaraderie, Garfield has stated that he would welcome the opportunity to work on another project with his co-star Peter Parker. In a red carpet interview, the actor emphasises his personal and work relationship with Maguire, urging him "such a great actor and a good buddy," before declaring that he "would love to make something with him, without a doubt."
Andrew further said “I would love to work with Tobey again! He's such a great actor and a good buddy and I just love him. I love spending time with him...I would love to make something with him, for sure."
Given the worldwide success of No Way Home and the extraordinary reactions from audiences to Maguire and Garfield's reunion, just to see the two actors in a movie together again may not be all that unlikely. Even if the MCU's pragmatics make capturing another three Spider-Man films difficult, Garfield and Maguire's plainly strong bond may inspire some directors to collaborate with them on another unrelated project. In any case, fans will unquestionably be pleased with the friendship developed between the Peter Parkers as a result of Spider-Man: No Way Home, and will eagerly await their next on-screen collaboration.