Spider-Man: No Way Home from Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios was filled with thrilling and emotional moments for longtime Peter Parker fans.
The film brought together all three generations of Spider-Man film stars, giving them the opportunity to reckon with their past and help the current Peter go through his journey of growing up.
Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprised their roles alongside Tom Holland, and fans couldn’t be happier. As it turned out, these returns had an impact on their co-stars as well.
Alfred Molina, who returned to play Spider-Man 2’s Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man: No Way Home, recently revealed that there was one scene that was incredibly emotional for him on set. The actor said meeting Tobey Maguire brought back many fond memories.
In fact, I became a little more sympathetic. There was a scene where I suddenly met Toby, and he said, “Doctor, how are you?” And I say, “Nice to meet you, my boy.” I cried a lot at this scene. I thought, “Oh, damn, this is that moment.” And it was amazing. And, of course, I’m glad to see Toby again. We had a lot of fun on the set … I think I said something like, “I’m afraid I might be too old for this.”