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Spider-man 4, 5, and 6

Jul 2007

Spider-man Movie Poster

In case you haven’t heard, Sony Pictures has confirmed that they’ve signed on for three more Spider-man movies. Prior to the recent release of the new Transformers movie, Spider-man 3 held the record for the highest grossing for a new release, making over $149 million it’s opening weekend. So it shouldn’t be that surprising that the movie studios would be more than open to the idea of continuing the Spider-man series beyond the original trilogy.

Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire have expressed interest in reprising their roles in the superhero saga, but only if the script and the right cast were reassembled. The one major piece in making this whole thing happen is whether or not Sam Raimi would be at the reins again, directing and writing as he did in the three previous installments. Raimi has stated that he’s “too tired” to work on any Spider-man related projects anytime in the near future, though did not rule out the possibility of starting back up a couple years later.

Only time will tell. Since the movie only released a couple months ago, we will have to wait a couple years and see if Sony Pictures can keep the same cast together and continue to crank out the same quality pictures that aren’t common nowadays in the superhero biz. (compliments of hollywood.com)

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