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      09-30-2008 07:24 PM #36
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      That's just great. They could at least use somebody who isn't butt ugly to play mary jane....


      I love kirsten dunst.

      As far as Spider-Man 4, I think there needs to be a new director.


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      10-31-2008 09:03 AM #37
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      Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire (upcoming Inkheart), who won a Pulitzer in 2007 for his drama "Rabbit Hole," is in final negotiations to write Spider-Man 4 for Columbia Pictures, says The Hollywood Reporter.

      Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire are back as director and star, respectively, as are series producers Laura Ziskin and Avi Arad. Kirsten Dunst also is expected to return for the latest movie featuring the Marvel Comics character.

      Plot details are under lock and key.

      James Vanderbilt previously wrote a draft of Spider-Man 4.

      Lindsay-Abaire's "Rabbit Hole," which starred Cynthia Nixon and Tyne Daly, hit the Broadway stage in 2006 and won four Tonys, including best play. The writer also is known for the play "Fuddy Meers."

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    3. 10-31-2008 09:12 AM #38
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      In the next few days Sony is expected to reveal whether actress Kirsten Dunst, who has been struggling with clinical depression, will be returning as his on-screen love interest Mary Jane Watson.

      My guess is she looked in the mirror and saw what her teeth look like...

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      10-31-2008 09:59 AM #39
      #3 sucks, hopefully they'll learn from their mistakes. Focus on one villain, please. More != better and an emo haircut does not make you a badass.

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      03-12-2009 10:58 AM #40
      Official release date. May 6, 2011....
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      06-04-2009 03:14 PM #41
      Before this blows up everywhere, apparently this poster has been making its rounds, it is not real:

      http://www.superherohype.com/n...=8394

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      01-11-2010 06:52 PM #42
      No more Spidey 4. They're going to reboot the franchise.

      http://www.deadline.com/hollyw...anned/


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      01-11-2010 07:43 PM #43
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      No more Spidey 4. They're going to reboot the franchise.

      http://www.deadline.com/hollyw...anned/

      http://twitter.com/SonyPictures/status/7645521311

      I didn't believe it until the twitter post.

      The reboot thing boggles my mind. Its still a fresh franchise. Less than a decade old for christ sake. What the hell are they snorting over at Sony?

      The reboot sounds awful. WE JUST SAW PETER PARKER IN HIGH SCHOOL 8 YEARS AGO.

      Oh well, at least this frees up Raimi to get rolling on Warcraft, which I'm stoked about.

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      01-11-2010 07:55 PM #44
      This list says it all. **** you Sony.

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      Sony just announced that they’re discarding Sam Raimi and the entire Spider-Man franchise along with him. Instead they’re starting over, rebooting the whole thing, and putting Peter Parker back in high school. Read the details here and join us in utter incredulity. This could be the worst idea in Hollywood’s long history of worst ideas and here’s a few reasons why:

      The Original Franchise Is Too Fresh In Our Minds
      Throughout the 00s we all loved and flocked to the Spider-Man movies even when they disappointed us, and most of us still remember the best scenes and memorable lines from the first three films. These memories will not be erased just because you tell us it's time for Peter Parker to go back to high school in 2012.

      Spider-Man Only Worked Because Of Raimi’s Passion For The Character
      Raimi was a bizarre choice to handle a movie as expensive as Spider-Man but his childhood affections for the character and understanding of his psychology paid off in one of the smartest superhero movies ever made. No Spider-Man movie will ever again be a passion project in the same way the first two were.

      Sony Ruined Spider-Man 3 And Now They Have Complete Control
      Raimi walked off Spider-Man 4 specifically because Sony was pushing him around the way they did on Spider-Man 3, and now they're free to hire a complete yes-man who will put five villains into the script and get Mary Jane to show her boobs. Movies directed by a studio with dollar signs in their eyes will never, ever be good.

      There Is Only One Spider-Man And He Is Tobey Maguire
      Christopher Nolan could make Christian Bale Batman just six years after George Clooney played him because half a dozen other actors had already played the role. But only one actor has played Spider-Man on film, and while he's still young and fit enough for the part, he's the only one we'll want-- whether we like it or not.

      Letting Spider-Man 3 Be Raimi’s Last Word Is Cruel
      Before he walked away, all signs pointed to Raimi going for a redemption after the studio-tampered disaster that was the third film. Now our lasting memory of Peter Parker will be dancing down the street with slicked-back hair. Is that really what you want, Sony?

      Drag Me To Hell
      Raimi's still got it. Why toss out talent?

      Please, No More Origin Stories
      Sony has already announced they're sending Peter Parker back to high school, where presumably he'll get bitten by the radioactive spider all over again. Not only are we all familiar enough with the character to bypass the origin story entirely, but we're sick of origins in general. The last thing we need is to "meet" Spider-Man all over again, no matter how new the guy playing him is.

      You’ve Already Used Up Spider-Man’s Best Villains
      It might have been the same old Batman up on screen, but we haven’t seen him fight the Scarecrow or Ra’s al Ghul before. Except unlike Batman, Spider-Man’s strength has never been bad guys. Raimi already used up all of Spider-Man’s best villains which means we’ll either be stuck with a reboot in which he fights the same old characters, or a reboot in which he fights someone incredibly lame.

      They’ll Never Be Able To Get The Same Quality Actors
      From casting Willem Dafoe as the Green Goblin to Thomas Haden Church as Sandman, Raimi made unconventional choices for the actors playing his villains, and was going for it again with John Malkovich as the Vulture in Spidey 4. How much do you want to bet that the reboot features "Glowering Villain #2" from Central Casting just to save a few bucks?

      Revenge Isn’t A Good Reason To Make A Movie
      You’re not fooling anyone. There’s only one reason you’re rebooting this franchise and that’s revenge. You could have made another sequel without Raimi but he pissed you off, and now you’re trying to show him what happens to people who refuse to do your bidding by replacing his entire franchise with a new franchise that rehashes everything we’ve already seen. Sony, you’re a movie studio, not a petulant child. Revenge is a great motive for super villains, but it’s a ****ty reason to put something on screen.

      The Hulk Law Of Diminishing Returns
      When Universal rebooted Hulk only five years after Ang Lee did it, The Incredible Hulk earned better reviews and was better received by almost everyone who saw it. Unfortunately, it still failed to build on the first movie’s box office take… because everyone had already seen it the first time around. You’re in a far worse position here. At least people hated Hulk and were ready to see someone else try it. Spider-Man is the most popular superhero franchise ever. You’re screwed.

      The Batman Reboot Only Worked Because The Series Had Imploded
      Say what you will about Spider-Man 3, but it is no Batman & Robin. You only get away with a full-on series reboot when the original has become so ridiculous or outdated that it can't go forward. Venom aside, Spider-Man was nowhere close.

      The First Spider-Man Is Still Relevant
      Spider-Man worked because it tapped into the psyche of America’s kids, gave someone they could identify with, and let them imagine themselves in Peter Parker’s shoes. Now, only eight years later, a lot of the kids who loved the first one are… well… still kids. If they were in junior high they're now in high school. If they were teenagers, well I guess they’re in college. The first movie is still relevant to the younger generation we presume you’re trying to reach, by making Spidey a kid again. They still remember the first movie. They still relate to it. They don’t need you to relate to them again.

      Spider-Man Is Still Cutting Edge
      I guess you could shoot it in 3D, but barring that the original Spider-Man movie is still cutting edge, the second and third ones even more so. You’re not rebooting it because the original movie looks dated, because it doesn’t. So… what do you have to gain here? You’ve already told this story and you can’t really do much to top the first film’s special effects. What’s the point?

      Peter Parker Isn’t Dick Clark
      There’s so much more to explore in Peter Parker’s world, it seems ridiculous to freeze him in time as some sort of eternal teenager. We were just getting to know him. His story isn’t over. Peter only works, and feels real because with each movie he as a person. Now you’re stunting him, trapping him as the same gawky teenager when all really want is to know what happens next. Now, for Peter Parker, there is no next.

      Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. But now you have my attention.

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      01-11-2010 08:14 PM #45
      Oh for ****s sake Sony.
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      01-11-2010 08:22 PM #46
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      There Is Only One Spider-Man And He Is Tobey Maguire

      Christopher Nolan could make Christian Bale Batman just six years after George Clooney played him because half a dozen other actors had already played the role. But only one actor has played Spider-Man on film, and while he's still young and fit enough for the part, he's the only one we'll want-- whether we like it or not

      This is the reason I refused to watch any post-Brosnan "007" movies. (Yes, there have been several other Bonds before him but Pierce is the one I grew up with.)

      Anyway, I won't say I will not watch this since I see almost every Marvel character movie but I don't have high hopes.

      Why the hell do TV/movie higher-ups keep trying to fix what isn't broken??


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      01-11-2010 10:00 PM #47
      Quote, originally posted by VarianceVQ »

      This is the reason I refused to watch any post-Brosnan "007" movies.

      You are doing yourself a MAJOR disservice my friend.

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      01-11-2010 10:54 PM #48
      Quote, originally posted by vw86gti »
      You are doing yourself a MAJOR disservice my friend.

      Agreed.

      As much as I love Pierce Brosnan, they were the worst Bond movies since Lazenby.

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      01-12-2010 08:19 AM #49
      The Brosnan movies got progressively worse. I love Goldeneye so much, but watching it now just shows off how campy it is.
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      01-12-2010 09:42 AM #50
      Yeah, everything after Roger Moore sucks, until the last guy, he's pretty good.

      People ten years older than me hate Roger Moore.

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      01-12-2010 09:47 AM #51
      Aaaaaaaanyway, how about that Spiderman 4 news huh?
      Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. But now you have my attention.

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      01-12-2010 10:26 AM #52
      Quote, originally posted by VarianceVQ »

      This is the reason I refused to watch any post-Brosnan "007" movies. (Yes, there have been several other Bonds before him but Pierce is the one I grew up with.)

      Casino Royale is the best Bond movie to date, from any actor who has ever played Bond. Period. Brosnan's Bond is a leftover from the old days, and even Goldeneye wasn't really that good beyond the Russian hottie.

      As for Spiderman 4, good riddance. 3 was just about the worst thing I had ever seen. I kept thinking "there's no way Raimi would make a film this bad," so I suffered through the thing at the theater, hoping in each new scene my patience and suffering would be rewarded. Nope, just more and more garbage. It was atrocious. Spiderman 2 was the best of them.

      This latest move is typical of Hollywood politics. Raimi wasn't going to be forced into making another Spiderman like 3, so Sony said fine, you aren't going to and immediately issued this PR. For some reason they're thinking they can find someone better than Raimi to do the next one, more Dark Knight like. Good friggin luck, Sony.

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      01-12-2010 10:38 AM #53
      <flame suit on>

      I always thought Raimi's were entertaining but overly campy. If they don't totally screw this up (which I'm thinking they will), it would be nice if they could take a slightly more serious tone.

      Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. But now you have my attention.

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      01-12-2010 11:22 AM #54
      You can't really have Spiderman without it being campy... I mean, seriously. He wears red and blue and dresses like a spider. We're not talking fear-inducing like the bat suit...

      The best thing about this news, besides the fact we won't have to suffer through another Spiderman 3, is that Raimi's moving on to start the Warcraft movie. I'm dying to see how that pans out.

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      01-12-2010 02:29 PM #55
      Spider-Man 4 would have marginally uninteresting to me as a viewer after not like 3 and only being a casual viewer of the franchise in generaly, but a complete reboot will not get any of my money unless it is somehow the best superhero movie ever (not possible). While I may not have been a huge fan for the most part I thought the movies did an ok job balancing campy with the more modern dark superhero dynamic.

      I really enjoyed Tobey Maguire and his portrayal of Peter Parker and I can't see them getting someone who can play the role as well. I'm wondering who they would even put in the role because they can't go with an unknown as it will not bring in the $. I don't know why but I see them going after someone like Anton Yelchin.

      The other problem I have with this is it is setting a precedent for movie studios to completely do whatever with franchises. This isn't like getting two movies in 5 years, this is taking a wildly successful franchise and scraping it to 1. make more money, 2. because you don't want to give artistic license to your director. Hell, if they don't do another X-Men: Origins move we could have a complete reboot of that coming to because of this.

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      01-12-2010 02:30 PM #56
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      I'm wondering who they would even put in the role because they can't go with an unknown as it will not bring in the $. I don't know why but I see them going after someone like Anton Yelchin.

      Who? lol

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      01-12-2010 02:39 PM #57
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      Who? lol


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      01-12-2010 03:07 PM #58
      I could have SWORN I saw a preview for this... maybe it was just a teaser.... before Sherlock Holmes, or am I losing it?
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      01-12-2010 03:13 PM #59
      F u c k...

      Maybe they'll have a smoking hot Mary Jane ala 1990s comics...


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      01-12-2010 03:18 PM #60
      Quote, originally posted by beng »
      I could have SWORN I saw a preview for this... maybe it was just a teaser.... before Sherlock Holmes, or am I losing it?

      Just this, which I believe turned out to be fake.

      Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. But now you have my attention.

    26. 01-12-2010 03:28 PM #61
      I was not looking forward to a Spiderman 4 (Raimi or not) and I'm not looking to a reboot of the series so soon either. I said it before, there are other Marvel properties to explore, leave Spidey alone for a good while, too much damage was done in part 3.

      I vote for Emma Stone as Mary Jane in a future movie...




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      01-12-2010 09:41 PM #62
      My own sentiments echo most on here. I was flabbergasted when I read this today. It's still a fresh franchise despite the third movie.

      With a good story and less studio interference than the third film received, the fourth could've been good and would've made a boatload of money.

      Now Sony is going to have to somehow market this as a reboot, which is going to be a tough sell considering the franchise isn't like Bond in which each film can contain a completely separate story, characters, etc. People are pretty much invested in Raimi's story already. It made Sony a ton of money.

      Awful, AWFUL decision on Sony's part.


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      01-13-2010 01:15 AM #63
      i really hope spiderman 4 fails. despite the failings of spiderman 3, sam raimi resurrected spiderman for the big screen, not to mention practically the superhero movie genre in general.

      I know that marvel/disney doesnt have the movie rights to spiderman, but I wonder what they have to say about this...

      the movie industry in general is a big failure because of the michael bays of this world. he can whip out a blockbuster movie with a couple hundred million, SFX, sex appeal, and make 5x that at the box office. I'm not a movie snob that criticizes mainstream appeal and not having an oscar worthy plot for a superhero movie, but Sony is doing exactly that here by trying to push out a blockbuster by a short timeframe, thinking money and SFX is all they need to make a lot of money.


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      01-13-2010 09:04 AM #64
      Quote, originally posted by YESOD23 »

      I can't remember the source, but I heard Bruce Cambell is playing Mysteryo in Spidey 3 (short bit)

      Bruce Campbell actually played a small part in every Spidey film, a little nod to the Evil Dead saga that Raimi directed way back when..

      Quote, originally posted by VarianceVQ »
      This is the reason I refused to watch any post-Brosnan "007" movies. (Yes, there have been several other Bonds before him but Pierce is the one I grew up with.)

      I grew up with Brosnan as well, and thought it couldn't get any better... but Craig IS James Bond.

      Can't picture anyone but Tobey being spiderman, either.... hmm. Although I think Malkovich would've been an AWESOME choice for Vulture. Maybe Sony's big bucks would bring Kingpin to life.. I think he would be a good villian to explore..

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      01-13-2010 09:46 AM #65
      Quote, originally posted by clapton is god »

      Maybe Sony's big bucks would bring Kingpin to life.. I think he would be a good villian to explore..

      Fox brought him to life in Daredevil. Starring Michael Duncan Clarke. Ugh....


    31. 01-13-2010 10:44 AM #66
      Quote, originally posted by VarianceVQ »

      This is the reason I refused to watch any post-Brosnan "007" movies. (Yes, there have been several other Bonds before him but Pierce is the one I grew up with.)


      Modified by VarianceVQ at 8:23 PM 1-11-2010

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      01-13-2010 11:47 AM #67
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      Agreed.

      As much as I love Pierce Brosnan, they were the worst Bond movies since Lazenby.

      You guys are nuts. I loved Brosnan as Bond... especially the one where he went to the Medterranean island to renunite with an old lover, and may or may not have been the young girls father, and he sang those upbeat songs...

      Wait, What??

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    33. 01-13-2010 12:50 PM #68
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      Ironically enough, he the worst of them.

      Really? Are you all just having selective memory with Timothy Dalton?


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      01-13-2010 05:54 PM #69
      Quote, originally posted by gizmopop »

      Really? Are you all just having selective memory with Timothy Dalton?

      From what I've read, Timothy Dalton tried to be the closest to the written Bond, as Ian Fleming envisioned.

      But really, I can't stand Dalton.

      Back to Spidey....

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      01-15-2010 12:34 AM #70
      Robert Pattinson as the new spider-man??

      ok the kid is hot, but don't ruin a good movie

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      but is it cancelled??

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