But The Amazing Spider-Man star interrupted: “There isn’t anything to ruin bro! I just have to quickly cut you off!
“There’s nothing to ruin! Dude, it’s f***ing hilarious to me because I do have this Twitter account and I see how often Spider-Man is trending and it’s like people are freaking out about a thing.
“And I’m just like, ‘Guys! I wish I could just be able to speak to everyone and say like I recommend that you chill!’”
“Like, they might be doing something, but I ain’t got a call!”
The 37-year-old then compared the theories of his involvement in Spider-Man No Way Home to a game of Werewolf or Mafia, with everyone pointing at him saying something along the lines of “It’s you, yes you are!”
After this, the interviewer went in for a simple “yes” or “no” to the star’s involvement in the new MCU movie.
And with Alfred Molina recently admitting he’s reprising his Doc Ock from Maguire’s Spider-Man 2 in the new film, it looks like the multiverse aspects of No Way Home are all but confirmed.
After all, the Sorcerer Supreme will be mentoring Holland’s Peter just three months before his Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
And interestingly, that film is helmed by the Maguire trilogy director Sam Raimi, so we wouldn’t be surprised if a Sony Spider-Man or two turn up in that blockbuster too.
The Sony blockbuster will be preceded by Black Widow in July, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in September and Eternals in November.
While 2022 sees the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and The Marvels – followed by Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardian of the Galaxy Vol 3 in 2023.
Spider-Man No Way Home hits cinemas on December 17, 2021.
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