Sam Raimi, who directed the original Spider-Man trilogy, admits he still finds himself thinking of cancelled plans for a fourth film.
As a new Spider-Man film swings into theaters, here's a look back at Sam Raimi's original plans for a fourth Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire.
Marvel Comics released a cryptic teaser that ignited speculation about everything from a Fantastic Four crossover to an adaptation of Spider-Man 4.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is a happy ending, of sorts, for the Vulture, the classic Marvel villain who's repeatedly missed out on big-screen stardom.
In concept art from Jeffrey Henderson, Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man 4" featured the Vulture as a primary antagonist and Mysterio as a minor villain.
Director Sam Raimi reveals he was unhappy with Spider-Man 3 and hoped to end his series "on a very high note," but he just couldn't get a script together for a fourth movie.
The Marc Webb-helmed reboot for Marvel's famed web-slinging wall-crawler will bow in theaters on July 3, 2012 and feature the full 3D treatment taking viewers on a tour through the concrete canyons of Manhattan with a teen Peter Parker.
UPDATED: Only days after Raimi and Maguire walked from the biggest
superhero movie franchise of the decade, "(500) Days of Summer" director Marc
Webb has signed a deal for his own Spider-Man film with Sony Pictures
With Sam Raimi out and Sony officially rebooting the franchise with a high school cast, here are a few of CBR's picks for Peter, MJ, Gwen Stacy and their pals, some of whom could be more likely that you think...
After yesterday's game-changing shift saw Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire leave the fabled superhero franchise, CBR divined the definite facts and possible futures surrounding how teen Spider-Man will swing into his next film.
UPDATE: Sony releases official word Reports are in that director Sam Raimi and star Tobey Maguire have parted with the multi-million dollar movie franchise in order for Sony to move forward with a reboot set to hit in summer 2012
A new Fandral for "Thor." A Carol Ferris for "Green Lantern." A new "Kick-Ass" trailer. Malkovich confirms "Spider-Man 4," shoots "Jonah Hex" and joins "Red." No 3D for "Clash of the Titans" & more.
Actor John Malkovich confirms to Italian TV that he will play the Vulture in "Spider-Man 4." The actor is awaiting the final script and hopes to being shooting soon. This comes on the heels of a rough week for the film.
Paramount and Marvel announce "Thor" will be released on May 6th, 2011. Originally scheduled for a May 20th release that year, the move comes in the wake of the "Spider-Man 4" delay, causing a major shift in 2011.
"Spider-Man 4" derailed by villains! "Human Target" shifts air dates. "Kick-Ass" to open SXSW 2010! Also, "Deadpool" finds a couple of writers, "Preacher" sidelined for Bond and more.
Producer Joel Silver says "Lobo" to be made into a film soon. Kirsten Dunst to be written out in "Spider-Man 4?" The first poster for "Priest" is out on the Internet. Also, "Suicide Squad" producer talks and more.
More "First Class" details emerge. Sony denies "Spider-Man 4" troubles. "Red" gets an October release date. Also, a new "Kick-Ass" poster, JSA-centric stills from "Smallvile" and more.
"Spider-Man 4" no more? William Baldwin talks "Justice League." "Kick-Ass" bad guy talks about strangling a ten-year old. Also, "Iron Man 2," Bryan Singer for "X-Men," and Rene Russo for "Thor."