Andrew Garfield spent months claiming he wouldn't return as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home... and then he did. While the actor was simply trying to preserve the experience for fans (at the behest of Marvel Studios), it now means we don't know what to believe when he's interviewed!
This probably explains why there's so much chatter on social media about the interview snippet below. Asked if there's anything he can share about The Amazing Spider-Man 3, Garfield responded: "No update from me. No one's going to believe anything I say ever again. That's my problem."
The reason Garfield is being asked about the potential threequel - which was once set to be released in June of 2016 - is because fans have campaigned tirelessly for Sony to #MakeTASM3 since his return as "Peter #3." Unfortunately, they seem to be forgetting that the movie was set to revolve around a formula that could raise the dead, with a subplot seemingly devoted to Norman Osborn's decapitated head.
We were also getting a Sinister Six movie with Spidey as part of the team, and if early reactions to Morbius are any indication, Avi Arad is no better at storytelling now than he was back then. Taking that all into account, The Amazing Spider-Man 3 probably wouldn't be what fans are hoping for.
Fingers crossed Garfield does swing back into action as Spider-Man, though...in the MCU!