Andrew Garfield reacts to Spider-Man: No Way Home Oscar snub

Since the Oscars announced their 2022 nominees and Spider-Man: No Way Home was denied a seat at the Best Picture nominations table, fans have been disappointed. 

With the OG Tobey Maguire, the Amazing Andrew Garfield, and the new blood Tom Holland, the film became one of the highest-grossing theatre releases in history, bringing together three generations of Spideys.

Awarded the film's record-breaking box office success, many expected it to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, but their hopes were dashed when it was ignored by the Academy and only given a spot in the Best Visual Effects category.

Andrew Garfield discussed his feelings about the picture not receiving its well-deserved nomination in a recent interview with The Telegraph, via Comicbook.

""I mean, it's the sixth-largest film ever made," the actor said in the interview, adding, "I personally feel quite satisfied with the audience reception." That, I believe, is sufficient."

For the uninitiated, the Marvel blockbuster grossed approximately USD 1.9 billion at the film office globally, and was a big factor in the revival of theatre releases following the pandemic, which impacted non-OTT productions particularly hard.

Tom Holland previously stated in an interview with Fox 5 Washington DC, "We're all quite proud of the finished product.

It would be a big honour if it was nominated for an Oscar, but we don't like to justify ourselves that way "according to Comicbook