New Spider-Man Announced: Andrew Garfield

Marc Webb, director of 500 Days of Summer, is handling the reboot of the Spider-Man movie franchise, setting it in high school once again now that Tobey Maguire, Sam Raimi and the gang we’ve seen for three movies has moved on. Now, the guy who is about to have the weight of the webs on […]

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‘Spider-Man’ Webs Its New Director

The rumors are true: Marc Webb is going to take over the reins of the Spider-Man movie franchise from Sam Raimi. Not that he’d phrase it that way. Webb, perhaps too aptly named, is the man who brought us the much-acclaimed romantic dramedy 500 Days of Summer, which was his first feature film. He’s now […]

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Villainous Turmoil Slows ‘Spider-Man 4’

Production on the much-anticipated Spider-Man 4 has just been pushed back, and will likely miss the planned May 11, 2011 release date due to lingering script issues. It seems Sam Raimi is insisting that John Malkovich must play the Vulture as had been rumored last month, since the suits insisted on removing the character from […]

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John Malkovich & Anne Hathaway vs. Spider-Man?

Here’s the latest weird rumor about the villain plans for Sam Raimi’s long-awaited Spider-Man 4. Although everyone’s been waiting for Dylan Baker’s Dr. Curt Connors to make his inevitable transformation into the Lizard, that may still be on hold in favor of always-excellently-villainous John Malkovich stepping into the role of the surly bald creep Adrian […]

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On Demand Now: Drag Me To Hell

Available on Comcast On Demand now is Spider-Man director Sam Raimi’s triumphant return to the genre that made him famous, entitled Drag Me To Hell. It’s the story of young bank worker Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) who has aspirations for a promotion in order to be able to pull more of her weight in her […]

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Sam Raimi Agrees With ‘Spider-Man 3’ Critics

Even though Spider-Man 3 did unbelievably boffo box office, it’s been widely regarded as the first time director Sam Raimi stumbled with the franchise in terms of quality and enjoyability, and many people cite the fact that he was juggling three bad guys – Topher Grace’s Venom, Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman and James Franco’s hoverboarding […]

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