Spider-Man deepfake video replaces Tom Holland with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield - Craffic

As Spider-Man: No Way Home release is coming close, every Marvel fan only has one question in their mind i.e. will the upcoming Spider-Man movie is going to feature Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man versions with Tom Holland’s current Spider-Man on the same screen or not? Well for the time there is no confirmation if Marvel is doing that for us, you can enjoy these intersting deepfakes by YouTuber Shamook, in which he has replaced Tom Holland with Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Avengers: Infinity War scenes.

Being one of the most popular superheroes, its fans love to see or to compare the different persons who have played its character. And with this deepfake by Shamook, this thing has gone to a whole new level. Deepfakes could be a strange experience for someone, I mean seeing a new person in someone’s place which you are watching from your childhood could be wholesome as well as interesting because you can imagine what could have been in an alternate universe in a very funny way.

So without wasting any more time let’s start with our first deepfake, titled “Tom Holland in Spider-Man (2004)” in which we can see fan-favorite Tobey Maguire being replaced by Tom Holland in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man (2004).

The second deepfake is titled “Tobey Maguire instead of Tom Holland as Spider-Man” in which Maguire looks a little like a bobblehead kid with a small body in some scenes.

Now for the bonus round, the third deepfake titled “Tobey Maguire in He Amazing Spider-Man (2012)” no holland but it still worth giving a shot.

With all deepfakes above Shamook has made a Spider-Man multiverse of itself (sort of) showing how fascinating it could be to see different Spider-Man versions into each other shoes. Visit his channel here if you want to see more deepfake videos like this. Meanwhile, Tom Holland is set to reprise his role in the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home currently set for theoretical Christmas release.

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