While Marvel fans wait for the trailer for “Spider-Man: No Home to Return,” the scrapped fourth film starring Tobey Maguire has picked up some news.
Host David E. Duncan has released an official video for the film, which features Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man battling the Vulture.
“An animated scene I produced for Sam Raimi’s 4th Spider-Man that was canceled. Brawls with the studio, creative disagreements and backlash on the internet for hiring John Malkovich as Vulture resulted in the ‘cancellation of the film in December 2009, at the start of pre-production, ”he said.
According to Giant Freakin Robot, Sony is actually planning a 4th Tobey Maguire movie “Spider-Man,” and still wants director Sam Raimi to return as a director.
The first film directed by Sam Raimi hit theaters exactly 19 years ago, on May 3, 2002, and took the term blockbuster to the next level, grossing $ 821 million.
According to the website, the studio was excited after Maguire agreed to return for a small appearance in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” – marking a new professional encounter with Raimi since 2007, when they made “Spider-Man 3”. “.
The reunion between Raimi and Maguire would kindle the flames for the sequel to the original Webhead trilogy.
If this happens, the plot of “Spider-Man 4” will begin after the events of “Spiderman: No Way Home” and “Doctor Strange 2” unfold.
So far, none of this has been confirmed by the studios, and Raimi and Maguire have not commented on the news either.
If that’s true, that would be a great way to wrap up the story of the original Peter Parker after so much criticism of the 3rd film, considered one of the worst comic book adaptations for the movies.
For those of you who don’t know, “Spider-Man 4” was even slated for release in 2011 and would bring Mysterio, Vulture, and the Black Cat to the Villain Gallery.
A few years ago, some conceptual art leaked onto the internet, but the veracity of the images is unknown.
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