If given the chance, Tom Holland says he would love to make a live-action Spider-Verse movie with former Spidey actors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Of course, Holland is best known for playing Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, appearing in the Avengers movies and the solo movie Spider-Man: Homecoming. He will also be donning the red-and-blue tights again this summer for the upcoming sequel Spider-Man: Far from Home. As far as what will then come next for Holland's Spidey, the actor himself recently revealed he's totally on board for a Spider-Verse crossover with Maguire and Garfield reprising their versions of the character.

"It would be amazing. It would be really, really cool, and it's something that the fans really want. So, whether Marvel and Sony decided to do that, it's up to them. It's not up to me. I can't walk in like, 'Kevin [Feige], this is what we're doing on the next one!' But it would be really awesome."

Tom Holland first appeared as Spider-Man in the MCU movie Captain America: Civil War in 2016. This led into his first solo outing in 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, with the sequel Far From Home arriving next month. He was also featured in the Avengers movies Infinity War and Endgame, meaning Holland has now played Peter Parker in five different movies. This officially means Holland has already played Spider-Man in more movies than any other actor in the span of just a few years.

Still, Sony's original movie trilogy from director Sam Raimi is still fondly remembered by Spidey fans. Of course, Maguire starred in the original 2002 movie alongside Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane. The movie was a tremendous hit, helping to set the stage for the global phenomenon comic book movies are today. He reprised the role in 2004 for Spider-Man 2 before concluding his run in 2007 with Spider-Man 3. While Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire both had plans to keep the story going with a fourth installment, both wound up parting ways with Sony before production could commence.

After seeing the amount of money that can be made with Spider-Man movies, Sony then made the decision to reboot the franchise with an all-new storyline and lead actor. Rather than picking up where Spider-Man 3 left off, 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man instead re-imagined the web-slinger's origin story. Co-starring with Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Andrew Garfield took on the role of Peter Parker. The movie was tremendously profitable at the box office, bringing about the sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014. Like Maguire before him, Garfield then parted ways with Parker when a new version of Spider-Man was introduced for the MCU.

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As the animated movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has clearly proven, fans are more than willing to accept a crossover with multiple Spider-Men. With this in mind, the concept of the same thing happening with Garfield and Maguire coming into the MCU in a new Spider-Man movie really doesn't seem far-fetched. We'll see if it actually ends up happening. This information comes to us from Jake Hamilton on YouTube.

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