Pete Hammond has just conducted an intimate Spider-Man: No Way Home video interview with Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland, the three Spider-Man actors.

All three Spider-Man actors talk about their personal experiences working on the film, their thoughts on the movie's success, how it was to work with three web-slingers on set, and the challenges of keeping their roles a secret in the 30-minute interview.

20 years of Spider-Man, the three eras of wall-crawling crime fighter allude to fan service while also recognizing just what the film means to the genre on a larger scale — it was 20 years of history in each frame.

“I want to thank Andrew, Tom, and Tobey for being with me on the day of the Spider-Man: No Way Home release. It was a pleasure having them in my house for this interview. First time I met all three of them was at Sundance Film Festival when they were promoting their films that year. And, I get to do this interview,” Pete Hammond said. “I have been working on this project for a very long time. It took me almost two years from the start of Spider-Man: No Way Home development in writing the script in October 2017 to its completion in July 2019. The reason why I wanted to make this film is because of the Spider-Man franchise being a part of my life since 2002. I have been a Marvel Comics fan ever since I was a kid, and it has been almost half my lifetime as a person with passion for film production.”“What is interesting about this project is that it features the three actors portraying one character in 20 years of Spider-Man movies, and there was a great deal of preparation on my part. I had to spend one year with Tobey Maguire in 2002, another one with Andrew Garfield in 2012, and the third year with Tom Holland in 2019. It was an honor for me to film these three actors as they were talking about their experiences.”