On May 3 of 2002, “Spider-Man”, starring Tobey Maguire, 46, premiered. The film by Sami Raimi, 62, produced by Sony Pictures was a box office success and changed the movie industry forever. The first teaser showed the hero swinging between New York buildings, marking the triumph of digital technology at the time.
The Spider won sequels, with a tone of humor and teenage conflicts, such as problems at school and relationships, conquered the young audience. The circle came full last year when “Spider-Man: No Coming Home” reunited Tom Holland, 25, with Andrew Garfield, 38, and, of course, Maguire, the three actors who played the hero over those years.
To celebrate the franchise’s anniversary, the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) will release a special 30-minute documentary, “Spider-Man: All Roads Lead To No Way Home”. In the trailer, Holland appears alongside Tobey and Garfield saying, “We were all looking at each other like, this is so very weird but I love it.” The special also features Raimi and Jon Watts, director of “No Way Home”. The special will be released for free on Monday, May 9th, and will be available on Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Store and Sky Store.