With fan support for The Amazing Spider-Man 3 rising, there’s speculation on what the new film could involve, and regardless of whether actors from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 could show up, such as Rhys Ifans and Jaime Foxx – who showed up in No Way Home as the Lizard and Electro, respectively. There’s also the question of whether or not the writers will bring back Shailene Woodley, who shot scenes as Mary Jane for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, following the demise of Emma Stone’s Gwen Stacy. However, with Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse coming out soon, it’s also logical the creators would rather not overuse the property.
With superhero movies continuing to dominate worldwide box offices, it’s easy for studios to over-promise on making more. Notwithstanding, with the oversaturation of the market, and Marvel continuity becoming more inscrutable constantly, it very well may be wise to sometimes leave audiences wanting more. In any case, with the fan campaigning and the gathering to No Way Home, it’d be bizarre for the massive cooperations to turn down making another goliath pail of cash. It’s just an unrealistic fantasy at this moment, yet The Amazing Spider-Man 3 doesn’t seem outside the domain of possibility.
Yet, fan workmanship is providing a glimpse at what an Amazing Spider-Man 3 could look like in the way of a counterfeit poster. The design comes from artist @agtdesign on Instagram and shows Garfield and Felicity Jones as Black Cat in a poster for the hypothetical film. Jones assumed a small part in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, later affirmed to be Felicia Hardy, also known as Black Cat, a long-lasting wannabe from the comics. The poster features weighty blues and blacks, looking to be more in the more obscure spirit of late 200os superhero films rather than their more brilliant contemporaries. See the design underneath:
The Amazing Spider-Man 3 gets a fan poster featuring Andrew Garfield alongside Felicity Jones as Black Cat. Following the success of Spider-Man: No Way Home, there’s been an ongoing effort from fans to see the film made since any arrangements for a sequel to 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 were shelved following the casting of Tom Holland as the newest Peter Parker. Garfield has since expressed interest in reprising his job again in the wake of taking on the person again in No Way Home.