Venom wasn’t originally supposed to appear in Spider-Man 3, and Sam Raimi wanted to use that time to set up Vulture instead. Sony’s original Spider-Man trilogy was revolutionary and ground-breaking for its time, and much of that success is owed to Raimi’s storytelling. Unfortunately, it all fell apart with Spider-Man 3. The film was bloated with villains – Thomas Haden Church’s Sandman, James Franco’s Goblin, and Topher Grace’s Venom – but as it turns out, there were only supposed to be two main villains and one villain that would be set up for Spider-Man 4.

As the story goes, Church’s Sandman and Franco’s Goblin were originally supposed to be the only villains in ...

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