Spider-Man is back! The web-slinger makes his triumphant return to the big screen with Spider-Man: No Way Home. In this latest instalment, Spider-Man must prevent Venom from destroying New York City. This film was a blockbuster hit with Marvel fans everywhere!
Despite its impending home release, Marvel and Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home is firmly in the public eye these days, having been a constant popular topic for the previous few years. Throwing Tom Holland into a movie with Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and five past villains set the comic book movie world ablaze as the film broke records at every turn.
Spider-Man: No Way Home was made an amazing movie due to its costume
Part of what made No Way Home such a visual spectacle was the movie’s dresses paying tribute to all three generations of live-action Spider-Men, along with other alike tributes. All five villains came into play with the looks they used in their original outings, save for some MCU upgrades, while all three Spider-Men did the same with their classic red-and-blue suits.
The team working on No Way Home knew how crucial it was to get those uniforms just perfect, especially given how historic it was to have all three heroes in one film. Now, in the run-up to the threequel’s home release, the actors are talking about how much it helped them with their own performances.
Tobey Maguire talks about Spider-Man Costume
A 71-second video featuring Spider-Man actors Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, and Tobey Maguire was published on the official Spider-Man: No Way Home Twitter page. Garfield and Holland joked in the teaser about the three of them dancing and goofing around on set in their suits:
Garfield said, “We just had a little dance in the suit. We had a little cuddle.”
Holland said, “I like doing a photoshoot with two lads in lycra.”
Maguire went on to say that once he was completely dressed as Spider-Man again, it was much simpler for him to get back into character. Although he said that getting in and out of the costume was “a struggle at times,” he grew more at ease in the part the longer he spent in a fresh version of his original suit:
“The suit can definitely be a challenge at times when you gotta get in the full thing. But also, by getting comfortable in it, there’s something funny, it just helps as an actor when you get in your costume, you begin to feel it more and embody it more. I’m still processing, it’s all happening still, I’m catching up.”
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Holland, Garfield, and Maguire joked about the making Spiderman movie
The trio then joked around again about how they are all processing the event, with Garfield noting how Maguire got into the swing of things fairly quickly.
Holland- “This only just happened.”
Garfield- “Objectively, you got enough free enough quick.”
Maguire- “That’s true.”
Maguire said that he didn’t have an explanation for why he seemed to feel at ease so quickly, which Holland noted:
Holland”You started to feel pretty at home.”
Garfield”You were dancing pretty quickly.”
Maguire”I did, yeah. I’ve no clarification for it, it just did it.”
The longer an actor wears a costume, the more at ease they get with their roles, which is especially true of superhero outfits. Maguire’s return to the famous Spider-Man character for the first time in nearly a decade was almost like riding a bike.
While superhero costumes are renowned for being difficult to get into and out of, they are an important aspect of modern filmmaking, especially when genuine costumes are used rather than CGI. Playing Spider-Man in a film as massive as No Way Home is a difficult assignment, especially in these unusual circumstances, but for the original actor, it all appeared to fade away quickly.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Home release date
Spider-Man: No Way Home is now in cinemas, with a home release scheduled for 16 December 2021. Go watch out Spider-Man: No Way Home now!!!