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Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire could reunite in a new Spider-Man movie.
However, they’ll be without Tom Holland.
Sources reveal that Sony discussed a team-up movie starring them both.
The project is entitled Spider-Men.
Needless to say, that could change.
After all, this is in its earliest stages.
Undoubtedly the return of Andrew Garfield and Maguire in Spider-Man: No Way Home boosted its box-office take.
Actually, that’s an understatement. Andrew Garfield and Maguire were nuclear bombs.
Spider-Man: No Way Home exploded with over $1 billion globally.
Furthermore, it’s just beginning.
The film earned over $500 million in the U.S. already.
More shockingly, this is during a pandemic.
Sony is ecstatic over its success.
Andrew Garfield And Tobey Maguire To Reunite In New Spider-Man Movie
Thus, money talks, and they’re aware fans want more Andrew Garfield and Maguire.
Insiders explain that Sony wants them together in a Spider-Verse buddy pic.
Countless rumors circulated Spider-Man 4 and The Amazing Spider-Man 3.
Granted, there is validity in some of that gossip.
After all, the possibilities are endless.
Nothing is truly off the table.
But Spider-Men is beginning to stick.
First of all, the title separates itself from Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man franchise.
Secondly, they’re also different as Holland is not included.
Marvel Studios is developing Holland’s College Trilogy.
They don’t want Andrew Garfield and Maguire to appear in them.
Indeed, they don’t want to repeat themselves.
With Spider-Men, they can build a bond between Andrew Garfield and Maguire.
There are no plot details yet.
Then again, Spider-Man: No Way Home was a blank wall when I was the first to scoop it in October 2019.
In other words, this seems to follow a similar path.
Screenwriters will fill in the details.
The question remains: Will Marvel Studios be involved in Spider-Men?
Sony definitely prefers them to.
A source acknowledged that Marvel Studios will likely oversee it.
Still, that’s speculative for the moment.
If the title is familiar, there’s a reason.
In 2012, Brian Michael Bendis wrote a Spider-Men comic book.
It was a multiverse story starring Peter Parker and Miles Morales.
Is Spider-Men where Morales makes his live-action debut?