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6. Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man 2)
Andrew Garfield is a grand actor. Have you seen the social network? He just has that Californian aura that always emanates from him, and it's magnetic on the screen.
But this very aura has in many ways doomed him as Peter Parker in the two Amazing Spider-Man entries. Peter is supposed to be a nerd, a nervous idiot, and Garfield was just too cool. They tried to throw glasses at him, but he still felt like someone invited to four or six parties a day before the bell rang.
. 5 Chris Pine (Spider-Man: In The Spider Verse)
In The Spider Verse is difficult to categorize for purposes of this list. The whole premise of the movie is that in the multiverse there are several humans (and at least one animal) who hold down the Spider-Man cloak. We had to hold it somewhere, so we just shot the main character of the movie and its two versions of the original Spider-Man.
After Chris Pine explains all this, he plays the version of Spider-Man that existed in Sam Raimi's universe. He's just a short star in the movie at the beginning, but we see him all the funny things from the events of Spider-Man (a certain kiss on the head), Spider-Man 2 (the train rescue) and Spider-Man 3 (dancing through the Street). Pines Cameo is really great. He sells the seriousness of the character, but sounds like someone who truly loves his life and everything he does. Pine's short appearance is so good that you really think he might have made a great live action Spidey at some point (as if Captain Kirk in Star Trek and Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman was not enough.
4th Jake Johnson (Spider-Man: In The Spider Verse)
Pine's Peter Parker contrasts starkly with Jake Johnson's Peter Parker, where Pine is basically Spider-Man Prime – he does it all right – Johnson's Spidey is more akin to Chris Hemsworth in Avengers: Endgame. Things went wrong: Mary Jane left him and he was transferred to another universe – Pine's Spider-Man is dead, but Johnson's – a lazy depressive and distanced version of Peter Parker – has to figure out what ever happened.
Johnson is not a traditional action movie star, so his vocal casting is a pretty inspired choice, best known for his role in New Girl, he has a certain charm in his voice, even if she loses in a lovable way compared to Pines self-confident hero.
. 3 Shameik Moore
Thanks to Shameik Moore, the last of the spider shoppers in this list, who is the only one who plays the ranking character not named Peter Parker. Moore played the main character of Spider's Verses the cartoon-preferred cartoon character Miles Morales.
As a teenager, Moore's vocal performance captures much of what Tom Holland's MCU performance does. What he really captures well is the sense of youthful innocence – he is a teenager who just wants to do the right thing for his friends and family, making his way through life, suddenly with new powers and a new secret. He loves his Air Jordans (which Nike has turned into a real sneaker!), He has a favorite song and he's really just an entertaining character you have to see in what must be one of the best, if not ] Stay up-to-date on Spider-Man movies.
. 2 Tobey Maguire (Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3)
Tobey was the very first Spider-Man an entire generation (including me) ever knew. He was not only an actor who played Peter Parker, he was Peter Parker. It was not until I saw Seabiscuit a few years later that I became familiar with one of Tobey's other works. He was the first Spider-Man and for a while it seemed like he would always be the truest version of the character, though someone else played the role.
In Sam Raimi's film trilogy, Tobey always puts it in a nutshell, from the cinematic heights of the second film to the pugnacious moments of the third (which I defend with my life! Emo Spider-Man is gold, hug it) , He plays the character pretty seriously and it works. He is so reserved that we believe it.
. 1 Tom Holland (Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home)
There was no way to outdo Tobey's attitude to Peter Parker for the Art and How Sam Raimi's Sony films played him – when the Marvel Cinematic Universe acquired the rights to bring Spider-Man to their world, the only way they could go about making Radical radically different. That's why they let Tom Holland slip into the role, and the rest is history.
Holland's attitude to Spidey differs greatly from that of Maguire and Garfield. A major difference? He is younger The youth of Holland brings a certain amount of innocence and disrespect into the performance, whereby his attitude to the character really feels so fresh and new.
The energy Holland brings to the role is really special. Tobey's Spider-Man, an older and more mature version of the character, was similar to the animated series Spider-Man . Tom Holland's youth, clever joke and constant one-liners are very much in line with the comics.
And while Holland almost always shines on the screen with a rarely matching electricity, it's the dramatic moments that really make it special. With already five MCU appearances he already has many highlights for the role, but it is a moment in Infinity War that took everyone's breath away and consolidated the character on this list.
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