THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Star Andrew Garfield Addresses How That Fight With The Rhino Really Concluded

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ended with the wall-crawler leaping into action for a battle with The Rhino, but we never got to see how the fight went. Now, Andrew Garfield has addressed what may have come next!

While we wouldn't exactly call The Amazing Spider-Man 2's ending one of the all-time great cliffhangers, it's certainly bugged fans over the years. It didn't help that the spectacular final shot of Spidey leaping into action appeared in the trailers, leaving many underwhelmed.

It's certainly fun to think about what came next, but seeing as Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker was still in one piece by the time Spider-Man: No Way Home rolled around, we'd bet on him having bested the powered up Aleksei Sytsevich! During an interview with On Air With Ryan Seacrest, the actor addressed the cliffhanger and confirmed that this was always where the 2014 movie was supposed to end.

"If I remember correctly, what happened after that, was not suitable...because it was so brutal. I have no idea," he joked. "That's where the script ended, and that's where our movie ended. So you get to choose your own adventure with that one. What would you have liked to have seen happen?"

To answer Garfield's question, we're going with "a kick-ass battle with The Rhino!" The Amazing Spider-Man franchise completely overhauled the villain, putting Paul Giamatti in a mech-suit that even ran like a real rhino. As probably one of the strongest foes this Spidey had battled by that point in his web-slinging career, it would have been a blast watching the fight play out on the big screen.

Alas, it wasn't meant to be; however, with fans making their voices heard about Garfield being given another shot at Spider-Man, there's every chance a rematch could happen somewhere down the line.

Spider-Man: No Way Home releases on Digital on March 22 and physical platforms on April 12.
 

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