Garfield said on the "Happy Sad Confused" podcast that Stone "kept on texting" him to ask if he was in the latest Spider-Man movie.
Dafoe spoke to Jimmy Fallon about reprising his role as the iconic villain, nearly two decades after his first appearance as the character.
Garfield told The Wrap that he hates lying so he treated his lies like he was playing a "massive game of Werewolf."
The actor spoke to Variety about the "cosmically beautiful" way that his character prevented Tom Holland's web-slinger from having "the same fate."
Garfield told Variety that he spoke to Holland and Maguire about "going to the bathroom and, you know, padding around the package."
Garfield spoke to Entertainment Tonight about returning as the web-slinger and sharing the screen with Maguire and Tom Holland in "No Way Home."
Garfield spoke to Variety about his role in the latest "Spider-Man" movie after denying his involvement for months.
Dafoe first portrayed the iconic villain in Sam Raimi's 2002 film titled "Spider-Man," and reprised the role for Tom Holland's latest Spidey film.
Zendaya, who reprises her role as MJ in Tom Holland's third standalone "Spider-Man" film, said that May isn't acknowledged enough for raising Peter.
"No Way Home" screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers told The Hollywood Reporter about bringing back some iconic characters.
We look back on the movies that moved us this year, including "Spider-Man: No Way Home," "King Richard," and "The Power of the Dog."
The reality star quickly deleted the "No Way Home" posts after uploading them, but she's still facing backlash.
From much-anticipated arrivals like "Dune" to franchise installments like "Spider-Man: No Way Home," here's how the top movies of 2021 stacked up.
It's the first time a film reached the milestone since 2019. The last movie to reach the mark was "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" in December 2019.
Tom Holland's Spider-Man shows off a brand new suit that appears to have an extra special meaning to fans of the franchise.
The long-anticipated Marvel movie features the return of Tom Holland as the titular web-slinger, facing off against iconic past Spidey villains.
In an interview with Marvel, Jamie Foxx recalled what it was like being on set with so many returning cast members from the "Spider-Man" films.