ND: What was really nice is it didn't feel like an overblown cameo, which I think was so important. So it was very fan service-y, obviously — it's so great to see the three of them onscreen together and it's something we've never seen before and it's so nice — but it actually really tied very nicely into Tom's Peter's story. And him learning from these past Peters' mistakes. So I think they did a really good job of it not just being like, "Oh my god, there's Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. This is crazy." I think it really lends itself to the story they were telling. And then, like we were pointing out, this movie is so big for the broader MCU scope. And I think it's the first time we've really tangibly had the multiverse exist and we as an audience have experienced it. So I think it really worked, and I think they did a really good job in tying it in. And so it not only gets massive applause in the theater, but it's very important to the overall film.