Charlie Cox Calls Andrew Garfield’s Web-Head The Third Greatest Of All Time

Who’s the greatest Spiderman of all time? This question has been a debatable topic for a long time. Even after the release of Spiderman: No Way Home, people started discussing the same. As to who is the best out of the three spiderman i.e Andrew Garfield, Tom Holland & Tobey Maguire.

Many Spidey fans have grown up watching Tobey Maguire’s Spiderman & later Andrew’s webhead. The MCU era brought a new spiderman for all of us in the form of Tom Holland. All of them have their own uniqueness & their characters were explored in various settings. Recently Charlie Cox who plays Daredevil in the MCU jokingly listed Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker in third place on his great spiderman list.

Charlie Cox will be getting a stand-alone Daredevil Series in the MCU. The series is named “Daredevil Born Again”. It will be an 18-episode series. Whereas Andrew Garfield last appeared in Spiderman No Way Home. There are also rumors about him being back as Spiderman in Secret Wars, but it’s not confirmed yet.

Charlie Cox Considers Andrew’s Spiderman The Third Greatest

On November 16, GQ held a Men Of The Year party where both Marvel actors were present. Charlie Cox raised a toast to Andrew Garfield and said ” One of the greatest actors of our generation and he had another sickeningly good year.”

In a comedic way, he called Andrew’s Spiderman to be the “third greatest Spiderman of all time.” Let’s have a look at what the Daredevil actor further said about the Amazing Spiderman Actor.

“A couple of years ago I was having a conversation with a friend of mine bemoaning the seemingly limitless talents of our friend, and the final man of the year tonight, Mr. Andrew Garfield… I said ’it’s really annoying, is there nothing he can’t do?’”

Charlie Cox

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