Marc Webb Reveals Scrapped Amazing Spider-Man 3 Plans
Marc Webb has revealed what his plans were for The Amazing Spider-Man 3. The (500) Days of Summer director boarded the Spider-Man franchise in the early 2010s after Sony Pictures decided to reboot the series rather than continue producing additional sequels with Sam Raimi at the helm. The first installment — The Amazing Spider-Man, starring The Social Network‘s Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man — released in 2012 and breathed new life into the franchise that had stalled after Raimi’s chastised Spider-Man 3 hit theaters in 2007.
The Amazing Spider-Man was better received than the previous Spidey installment, though many people believed that the film hadn’t lived ...
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