Spider-Man: No Way Home, released in December 2021, and excitement around Marvel’s superhero movie doesn't seem to die down anytime soon. Its been more than three months since the movie hit the theatres, but the hype around the film continues to soar. Ahead of the film’s digital release, the makers have released a short gag reel giving a glimpse into bloopers from the sets and fans cannot stop crushing over the starcast’s chemistry, particularly between the two returning Spider-Men - Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire.
The film stars Tom Holland in the lead, and also marked the return of Andrew and Tobey as Spider-Man. Both actors had played the role in their own series of films years ago. Interestingly, the film also marked the return of several popular villains from the earlier Spider-Man film series.
Spider-Man: No Way Home also emerged as the most successful film in the pandemic era, earning $1.8 billion globally.
The new clip was shared by Sony Pictures Entertainment on their official social media handles including YouTube. The new gag reel features one of the special moments which took the fans by surprise and they experienced a rollercoaster of emotions.
The special moment in question features Andrew Garfield tenderly hugging Tobey Maguire from behind. Initially, Tobey tries to keep a straight face but both actors break into a laugh soon enough. Fans loved this candid moment between the two Spideys.
The short 39-second clip opens with a scene featuring Tom Holland and Alfred Molina in which Tom's Spider-Man is suspended upside down and the actor breaks out laughing. There was a blooper of Jamie Foxx - who played Electro - forgetting his lines and letting loose a cuss word on camera.
One fan wrote in the comment section on YouTube, "Andrew hugging Tobey is the absolute best." Another fan called the moment 'heartwarming'. One fan shipped the two and joked, "This is the romance I didn't know I needed." There was special praise for the actors' on-set chemistry.
Fans also noted that the light moments showed how much fun the actors had while making the film.
To some, that translated on screen as well. One fan commented, "You can just tell how much fun all the actors had on set." Another fan replied to this comment and added, "And that shows on screen too".
Spider-Man: No Way Home was directed by Jon Watts, and it is part of MCU's Phase 4, and was recently released on streaming services as well as on home media.
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