Three more Spider-Man movies in works

Spider-Man 3There will be at least three more Spider-Man movies, according to Sony Pictures. Sony Chief Executive Michael Lynton said after the box office success of Spider-Man 3, the studio realized that the audience wants to see more of the webslinger. He told BBC News, “Everybody has every intention of making a fourth, a fifth and a sixth and on and on. (We’ll make) as many as we can make good stories for.” Lynton did not confirm whether the director and lead actors will be back.

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  1. Pauly D • May 8, 2007 @ 9:08 AM

    This reminds me of the now disowned Batman disaster. They should just leave it be, before they completely ruin the character.

  2. Mark Sauber • May 8, 2007 @ 10:12 AM

    BRING IT ON !!!!!!!

  3. Nina M. • May 8, 2007 @ 12:19 PM

    Spiderman has so many other characters that need to come to life on screen… so i’m happy about this!

  4. Justin • May 8, 2007 @ 6:24 PM

    I’m glad they will. All these people that are saying spiderman3 was horrible and overly exaggerating about how much they hate it should just learn to forget. One mistake in the spiderman series is allowable. Sam Raimi probably shouldnt have made spiderman 1 and 2 so good, or else people wouldn’t have complained so much since they expected so much out of part 3. Hopefully Raimi won’t bother listening to these “fans” who originally wanted venom to be in it, then complained when venom finally was in it. That is why they are only fans and not the ones responsible for helping to create the movie.

  5. OByrne • May 8, 2007 @ 7:47 PM

    Realistically, they left a lot open in the third to not make a fourth. And also, why are you people saying that Spidey 3 was so bad because of all the “emotional” stuff? Did anyone read the comics? Watch the show? Even seen the first two films? Spiderman always has emotions, its his gift, its his curse, remember? Especially in spidey 3, were none of you able to understand the emotional turmoil he was going through? I would have liked to see more Venom than Sandman, that would be my only ‘complaint’ so to speak, but and unnamed actor said that his character who is supposedly dead, isnt dead, and will be back for another. So not only did that tell us before hand that there will be a spidey 4, but it pretty much indicated more Venom. I hope its not Harry Osborn, I do have to agree that character was stupid in this flick haha, sling on spidey!

  6. Chriz • May 8, 2007 @ 9:59 PM

    Bring on Carnage!!!!..and spiderman 3 iz a great film..stop being so damn ignorant…and stop believing crititcz…jeeeze….honestly….movie waz surprisingly funny and awesome action…

  7. hal • May 8, 2007 @ 11:58 PM

    Personally, I think that 3 was ok, not the disaster that the 3rd batman movie was, but it wasn’t as good as it could have been. They simply tried to do too much in it. Had they known in advance that 3 more movies were going to be made, they could have stretched out the black suit part of the storyline, ending the movie with him removing the suit as he did, and then had 4 focus on the creation of Venom, including stressing the stuff about Venom not setting off the spidey sense (I could easily envision issues 298-300 of The Amazing Spiderman comic as a large part of the movie, complete with Peter almost getting shoved under a train and not detecting the threat to himself.)

  8. Dan • May 9, 2007 @ 9:29 AM

    I woudl love to hear what Todd McFarlane has to say about the portrayel of the Black Suit saga and the rise/ demise of Venom.

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