While the internet has been rife with casting rumours around Spider-Man: No Way Home, Andrew Garfield has now confirmed that he will not be appearing in the upcoming film, saying, "I did not get a call."
Speaking to Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Garfield – who starred as the superhero in 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man – revealed that there's "nothing to ruin" when asked about rumours surrounding his involvement in the upcoming film.
"Dude it's f***ing hilarious to me... I do have this Twitter account and I see how often Spider-Man is trending. It's people freaking out about a thing and I'm just like, 'Guys, guys, guys, guys,'" he said. "I wish I could just be able to speak to everyone and say like, 'I recommend that you chill.'
"Listen – I can't speak for anyone else apart from myself. They might be doing something but I ain't got a call!"
When asked to clarify that he definitely won't be appearing in Spider-Man: No Way Home, he said: "I feel like, haven't I just said that? I did not get a call. Listen, I would have gotten a call by now, that's all I'm saying.
"I don't want to rule anything out, maybe they want to call me? Maybe they're going to call me and say, 'Hey – people want this.'"
It doesn't sound hopeful, does it?
Garfield starred in two Spider-Man films during his tenure as the superhero alongside Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy and Sally Field as Peter's Aunt May.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled for release in cinemas in December 2021. In the meantime, make sure to check out our guide on how to watch all of the Marvel movies in order.
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