Bring back previous Spider-Man actors for the Into The Spider-Verse sequel

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In December 2018, Sony Pictures Animation released the film "Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse", which had Miles Morales/Spider-Man meet with other spider-powered superheroes from alternate realities, including Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman, Spider-Ham and alternate versions of Peter Parker/Spider-Man.  While the film has an impressive list of celebrity guest voices, such as Hailee Steinfeld as Spider-Woman and Nicolas Cage as Spider-Man Noir, none of the alternate Peter Parkers are voiced by any previous Spider-Man actors in film or television.  With so many talented actors to choice from, we would like to see the Into The Spider-Verse sequel include any of the following actors as alternate reality Spider-Men:

- Nicholas Hammond, who starred in the live-action 1970s "Spider-Man" television series

- Christopher Daniel Barnes, who was the voice of Spider-Man for five seasons on the Fox Kids network's "Spider-Man" animated series and various TV commercials

- Rino Romano, who provided the voice of Spider-Man for the short-lived "Spider-Man Unlimited" animated series and the two Neversoft "Spider-Man" games

- Tobey Maguire, who portrayed Spider-Man in the original "Spider-Man" film trilogy by Sony from 2002 to 2007

- Neil Patrick Harris, who provided the voice of Spider-Man for the 2003 "Spider-Man" computer-animated series on MTV and the voice of Spider-Man in the "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" video game

- Josh Keaton, who provided the voice of Spider-Man on the Kids WB network's "The Spectacular Spider-Man" animated series and the video game "Spider-Man: Edge of Time"

- Andrew Garfield, who played Spider-Man in Sony's two "The Amazing Spider-Man" movies directed by Marc Webb

- Tom Holland, who currently plays Spider-Man in the films made by Marvel Studios, who made his debut in the film "Captain America: Civil War"

Whether they could voice any alternate reality versions of Peter Parker/Spider-Man or provide the voice of other spider-powered heroes, such as Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099, we, the fans, feel it would be fun for Sony to bring back previous Spider-Man actors to be involved with the sequel.