Spider-Man Image Hypes Up Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, & Tom Holland Battling Sinister Six

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Just when you thought all hope is gone, Marvel Studios and Sony pull out the surprise we've all been waiting for. Multiple sources are now reporting that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are set to join Tom Holland in the MCU's third Spider-Man film. This exciting development comes after the confirmation that Alfred Molina will also be reprising his role as Otto Octavius aka Doc Ock. Also rumored to be part of the film are Kirsten Dunst and Emma Stone who played Peter Parker's love interests in the previous Spidey flicks.

Last October, Sony Pictures pretty much dismissed the rumors of Spider-Man 3 being the MCU's take on the Spider-Verse but as we learn more about the project's cast, it's looking more and more evident that they're set to do arguably the biggest crossover event in comic book film history.

As it stands, we're still waiting for the official announcement regarding Tobey and Andrew's involvement but the entire geek community has already been rejoicing with all the possibilities. Artist BossLogic is jumping in on the bandwagon as well to rev up the hype engine. Sharing one of his epic artwork's on Instagram, the Australian artist imagines the showdown between the Spider-Men and the Sinister Six. He also added Doctor Strange and Miles Morales to the mix for good measure. Check it out here:


This new development pretty much debunks previous rumors suggesting that Tom Holland isn't too thrilled with the idea of having to share some screen time with Maguire and Garfield. If anything, I'm sure Holland is excited to become part of what could possibly be a game-changer in the world of live-action comic book movies. Considering how stacked the film is shaping up to be, I just wish they won't cram everything altogether in one film. Not saying that I know better but in my view, Spider-Man 3 should at least be a two-parter. Am I asking for too much? Not really.

The MCU's Spider-Man 3 hits cinemas in December 2021.

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