Sam Raimi, the director of the original Spider-Man trilogy from the early 2000s, said in an interview with Moviepilot why there was actually no fourth part. After all, after the third part published in 2007, Spider-Man 4 should have come to the cinema. But only with the Amazing Spider-Man did the brand return to the screen in 2012. Raimi is currently celebrating his return as a director in the Marvel universe with Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. As part of the marketing of this film, Raimi naturally leads numerous interviews, in which questions about the fourth part of the series never published are also asked.

problems in production

According to Raimi, there has already been a script for the fourth part and accordingly the pre-production already in full corridors. However, Deadlines is said to have presented a big problem for the project here. Compared to Spider-Man 3, Raimi apparently did not want to compress his work on the fourth part for Deadlines.

However, according to his own statement, Raimi was not able to complete a satisfactory script during this period and accordingly Sony made a suggestion: “_ALSO I said Sony ‘I think it is best if you continue with your alternative Spider-Man storyline, because I I don’t want to disappoint the audience ‘. “.

In the past, fans and press suspected that the moderate reviews would have been partly to the failure of the project in the third part. Apparently Raimi had planned to implement the antagonist Vulture in the film. Originally, the film should have come to the cinema on May 6, 2011.

is there still a “Spider-Man 4”?

The Untold Story of Sam Raimi's Cancelled Spider-Man 4 | Cutshort

There are still numerous fans of the Raimi films who want another Spider-Man film with Raimi as the head of the project. The long-time comic book fan has already indicated that he would be open to such a project. Finally, since he was looking for events such as the appearance of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The question now is whether Sony would be willing to give Sam Raimi this chance.

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