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Now that Tom Holland's Spider-Man trilogy has finally come to an end, fans are begging the MCU fix up a long held problem.
Tobey Maguire and Holland both got three incredible films in the Spidey suit, however middleman Andrew Garfield only got two.
The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel performed fairly well at the box office and with diehard fans, however it didn't get the love it needed to warrant a third run.
But now that No Way Home has been released and absolutely smashed it with audiences around the world, many are calling for Garfield to get one more go at being the webslinger.
Fans have suggested it could be the movie that finally pairs Tom Hardy's Venom with Garfield's Spider-Man in what would truly be an incredible film.
The end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was also perfectly set up for another film with Rhino breaking out of prison and Spider-Man putting his superhero suit on again after losing his love Gwen Stacy.
It's unclear whether Sony and Marvel will want to revive Garfield's trilogy or continue to expand Holland's universe.
In an interview with Extra, Tom said: "I don't know whether I'm going to be a part of [the next trilogy].
"Spider-Man will always live on in me and I know that [producer] Amy [Pascal] and the studio are keen to figure out what the next chapter of Spider-Man looks like.
"If that happens to be with me, then that's very exciting but, you know, if it's time for me to walk away then I'll do so proudly."
The 25-year-old also clarified comments he made to GQ where he said if he was still playing Spider-Man in five years then he was 'doing something wrong'.
"What I was referring to, in that interview...it's because I would be taking up an opportunity for someone to come in and change what being Spider-Man means," he explained.
"Spider-Man could be more diverse, it could be a female character, it could be anything."
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