The most grounded of the three live-action Peter Parker franchises is Andrew Garfield’s The Amazing Spider-Man. A giant lizard and an overly powerful electrician were just two of Andrew Garfield’s Spidey many foes, but they were all created in his world. They were just regular Oscorp staff before Rhys Ifans, and Jamie Foxx gave them their sinister makeovers.
When Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland’s Peter Parkers in Spider-Man: No Way Home recount their battles with aliens, it’s clear that this is a problem in Garfield’s world. By mentioning a previous encounter with a “black ball of alien goo,” Maguire’s Peter refers to his encounter with an extraterrestrial creature in space.
Aside from his stories being limited to New York, Andrew Garfield’s Spidey feels a little out of place. However, a key line of dialogue hints that this amazing Spider-Man may soon face adversaries from outside his own backyard.
Before the final battle in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter Parker’s three incarnations share stories of their previous encounters with the Spider-verse. After hearing about Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland’s space battle, Andrew Garfield wishes to join in the fun.
“I want to fight an alien.”
Aside from its innocuousness, Garfield’s response may serve as an indication of what’s to come in the rest of the story.
The campaign for The Amazing Spider-Man 3 has been going on since 2014, but it really picked up steam this weekend. Right after Spider-Man: No Way Home hit the theaters, fans pleaded for Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker to get the chance to complete his trilogy in the form of a canceled threequel on social media. Recently, reports have indicated that those wishes may come true in a big way for the TASM faithful. An enemy is on the loose if Garfield’s Peter gets another solo run.
It has long been speculated that Tom Hardy’s Venom would eventually clash with Spider-Man. This, with many assuming that it would be Holland’s, Peter Parker. On display in NWH, Tom Hardy was cut short in his MCU run. This is because he didn’t get to meet Holland’s Spider-Man in person. However, he may be greeted by another Spider-Man on his homeworld.
Fans have been deliberately misled by Sony Pictures’ tangle of Spider-Man franchises. Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man appeared in the first trailer for Morbius. Meanwhile, later footage showed a building with the same Oscorp logo as The Amazing Spider-Man. Morbius Oscorp is a corporation Insidious Spyder-Man
“I am Venom” is mentioned in the Morbius trailer, hinting at a connection to the Venom franchise within Morbius.
Venom and Morbius are in the world of The Amazing Spider-Man if the Oscorp building is any indication. Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man hasn’t faced off against one of Sony’s Symbiotes yet. This means the groundwork has already been laid for a seamless transition. Anywhere Andrew Garfield’s Spidey goes, he’ll have plenty of enemies to fight.