Sommers and McKenna as of late talked about in a meeting the chance of Maguire and Garfield returning in a future Spider-Man film. At the point when gotten some information about this, McKenna states that he “would trust so!” and “couldn’t want anything more than to see a greater amount of their excursion.” He even said the group was examining different characters to remember for a post-credits scene before eventually focusing on Venom’s appearance. They were alluding to the chance of having a post-credits scene setting up a future portion for the more established Spider-Men. Maybe, it would have even highlighted another person from their universes. Understand what McKenna said when gotten some information about the possibility of future Spider-Man films with Maguire and Garfield beneath:
McKenna: I would trust so! I couldn’t imagine anything better than to see a greater amount of their excursion. We even discussed, ‘Goodness, we could do a post-credits tag with this one! We could do a tag with that one!’ Sommers then, at that point, tongue in cheek raised that he needed to make “a TV show with both of them Maguire and Garfield going around in a van tackling secrets.” McKenna flippantly affirms that this is going on. This sounds like Scooby-Doo however with no canine included. That idea is likely something that many fans would appreciate, yet it would clearly not do equity to the legacy of the two cycles of Spider-Man.
It is far-fetched that Marvel Studios and Sony would create a show with Maguire and Garfield. While some Disney+ series have been created with regards to more minor characters, for example, WandaVision and Hawkeye, it is far-fetched that there would be a true to life series about a person as major as Spider-Man. It was announced in November that the Spider-Man: Freshman Year vivified series would be coming to Disney+, but it is suspicious that a surprisingly realistic Spider-Man portion would happen outside of theaters. A more appropriate way to proceed with the legacy of the prior Spider-Men would be in film continuations of their characters’ excursions later Spider-Man: No Way Home. They would likewise end up being more productive for Sony.
The expectation for Spider-Man: No Way Home was uncommon for the Covid-19 pandemic period, obviously shown by the film previously having netted $1 billion at the overall film industry. The advertising for No Way Home included exemplary reprobates like Green Goblin and Doc Ock, which prompted hypothesis of Maguire and Garfield’s profits however no affirmation until the film delivered recently. The presence of these scalawags and the remote chance of three Spider-Men in a single film made this effectively the most expected film of the year.