Garfield revealed how the initial talks about joining Spider-Man: No Way Home panned out. He was pitched the film’s story however without the content yet. Eventually, he got segments of it, and the scene where his Peter Parker saved MJ (Zendaya) from falling stood apart to him as it helped him to remember his character’s failure to save Gwen (Emma Stone) in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. After that, he was immediately sold on the task, saying that it was absolutely impossible that he wasn’t going to do the film when it incorporated that significant second. Read Garfield’s statement underneath:
“I went to their workplaces, and they basically said, well this is what we want to do. We figure it can really work. We don’t have a content yet. We don’t want it to resemble a trick thing. We don’t want it to resemble a sort of a cameo, similar to a fast in and out. We want it to be actually in support of Tom’s excursion as Peter and in support of both of your various Peters and we really believe there’s something really fascinating to investigate about when these three solitary individuals who believe they’re alone in the universe in their own singular experience of being Spider-Man meet up, what we think, and we want to collaborate on it, basically. We want to have your feedback and your ideas and Amy was really amazing with that because she knows that I accompany a great deal of musings and creativity and imagination and she was truly adept at setting that up with those folks. And they were they were very much like, ‘Indeed, this is the way we want to work. We want it to be a collaboration.'”
“The main image that they pitched me was catching Zendaya, catching MJ. That was the primary pages I saw and I was similar to, ‘There’s no way of not doing this,’ because that’s significant. That’s a significant second like a more seasoned sibling saving his younger sibling from his same fate across the universe. On the off chance that that portal hadn’t been opened up. and my Peter Parker hadn’t been there at that point, it’s arguable that he would have had the same fate. You out of nowhere get into this unimaginable vast, meant-to-be foreordained second where I get to heal the most noticeably terrible trauma in my life while simultaneously saving my younger sibling from having to encounter that same trauma. Out of nowhere you’re in an exceptionally mythic area, and it’s simply significantly beautiful.”
This second in Spider-Man: No Way Home advantages both Holland and Garfield’s renditions of Spider-Man. Clearly, the fact that MJ is as yet alive means that she could keep factoring in the MCU pushing ahead, regardless of the fact that she doesn’t have any memory of her experience with Peter because of Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) final spell. Meanwhile, Garfield’s web-slinger was allowed the opportunity to make up for his catastrophic mistake that prompted Gwen’s death. Saving MJ assists him with finally lenient himself and push ahead from the tragedy. This makes the potential The Amazing Spider-Man 3 really intriguing, in case Sony officially greenlights it.