Written by Edwin Francisco
More evidence has appeared of Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Geekosity owner Mikey Sutton broke the news of the Spider-Man multiverse coming together in 2019.
He kicked off rumors of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in the new Spider-Man movie that continue today.
Maguire and Garfield both denied the two are in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Furthermore, Sony and Marvel Studios kept saying they’re not involved.
Nobody believes them.
A video surfaced of Garfield filming scenes in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
In addition, Garfield even said that it wasn’t real.
In fact, he claimed he was “photoshopped” into that scene.
Later, someone claimed that he trolled the Internet by using special effects to put Garfield in the scene.
But recently VFX experts Corridor Digital explained that faking the video in question was harder than actually filming it.
Now, a Russian Skittles promotional website adds more credibility to Andrew Garfield’s role in the movie.
If you go on to the Russian skittles website and follow all the instructions you will see a billboard with Garfield's Spider-Man that plays a trailer saying "there is no way home"
— Spider-Man No Way Home News And Countdown (@SpiderMan3news) October 11, 2021
Recently, Skittles launched a cross-promotion with Spider-Man: No Way Home.
What’s interesting with the promotional site is when you get to the trailer section.
There is billboard art that has a play button.
The image uses Garfield’s Spider-Man.
Yes, out of all the photos you can find of Tom Holland as Spider-Man, Skittles used the one from Andrew Garfield.
True, this might only be a mistake on Skittles part.
More Evidence Appears Of Andrew Garfield In Spider-Man: No Way Home
That’s what Sony and Disney would love for people to believe.
It adds fuel to the fire that Andrew Garfield is part of the sequel.
This may be actual official art provided by Sony, intended to give hints that the multiple Spider-Men is happening. .
We all know that Spider-Man will face villains from Sony’s previous universes.
Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx return to their roles as Doctor Octopus and Electro respectively.
We even have seen Molina in the latest trailer.
Both of them are from Spider-Man movies not related to the MCU.
But with the trailer out, they are now part of the MCU.
With all those details, how can Andrew Garfield not be in Spider-Man: No Way Home?