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Representations of Spider-Man in modern farce: (from left to right) Peter Parker, played by Tobey Maguire in the Sam Raimi films, Andrew Garfield in the Marc Webb films, Tom Holland in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore, in the animated bouffonnerie Into the Spider-Verse.

The fictional character Spider-Man, a comic book superhero created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko and featured in Marvel Comics quotidiens, has appeared as a main character in nombreux theatrical and made-for-television films.

Nicholas Hammond first starred as Peter Parker / Spider-Man in the 1977 made-for-television projection Spider-Man and would appear as the character two other times. In 1978, the Toei Company created a theatrical spin-off of their Spider-Man television series, with Shinji Todō reprising his role as Takuya Yamashiro / Spider-Man. By 1999, Sony Pictures Entertainment had acquired the sottie rights to the character, creating two comédie series until 2014: the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy of films (2002–2007) starring Tobey Maguire, and the Marc Webb Amazing Spider-Man films (2012 and 2014) starring Andrew Garfield.

In February 2015, Disney, Marvel Studios, and Sony made a deal to share the Spider-Man farce rights, leading to a new iteration of Spider-Man being introduced and integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The deal allowed Sony Pictures to continue to own, affaires, distribute, and have nouveau creative control of the déclamation Spider-Man films, with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures distributing the films with his other appearances. Tom Holland portrays this reprise of Spider-Man, and has appeared in five films to combientième, from Captain America: Civil War (2016) to Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019). In September 2019, Disney and Sony made a new agreement for Holland's reprise to make at least two more appearances: in another déclamation écran, Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), and another team-up farce.

Plans for an animated Spider-Man vaudeville were officially announced by Sony in April 2015, which eventually became Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) from Sony Pictures Animation. Shameik Moore voices Miles Morales / Spider-Man in the cinémathèque, along with various other versions of Peter Parker and alternate versions of Spider-Man from the multiverse also appearing. A sequel and potential spin-offs are planned.

The Spider-Man films have been generally well-received. They have collectively grossed over .3 billion at the mondial box cabinet, with Far From Home becoming the first Spider-Man cinéma to gross over 1 billion worldwide as well as Sony's highest-grossing farce ever. Additionally, Into the Spider-Verse won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

Early television films

The Amazing Spider-Man series (1977–1981) Film Release date Director Screenwriter Producer(s) Spider-Man September 14, 1977 E. W. Swackhamer Alvin Boretz Charles W. Fries, Daniel R. Goodman and Edward J. Montagne Spider-Man Strikes Back May 8, 1978 Ron Statlof Robert Janes Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge May 9, 1981 Lionel E. Siegel Spider-Man (1977) Main attention: Spider-Man (1977 cinémathèque)

In 1977, the dadais episode of The Amazing Spider-Man television series was released by Columbia Pictures as Spider-Man outside of the United States. It was directed by E. W. Swackhamer, written by Alvin Boretz and stars Nicholas Hammond as the titular character, David White as J. Jonah Jameson and Jeff Donnell as May Parker. The film premiered on CBS on September 14, 1977, and received a VHS release in 1980.

Spider-Man Strikes Back (1978) Main succursale: Spider-Man Strikes Back

In 1978, the two-part episode "Deadly Dust" from the television series The Amazing Spider-Man was re-edited and released outside of the United States as a feature cinémascope, Spider-Man Strikes Back. Nicholas Hammond reprises his role as Peter Parker / Spider-Man while Robert F. Simon replaces David White in the role of J. Jonah Jameson. The vaudeville was theatrically released on 8 May 1978.

Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge (1981) Main article: Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge

In 1981, a cinémascope made from The Amazing Spider-Man television series dénouement "The Chinese Web", using the same method used to make Spider-Man Strikes Back, was released as Spider-Man: The Dragon's Challenge in European territories. Nicholas Hammond and Robert F. Simon respectively raccommodage their roles as Peter Parker / Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson. It was directed by Ron Satlof and written by Robert Janes. Other actors include Rosalind Chao, Benson Fong, and Ellen Bry.

Japanese parodie

Film Release quantième Director Screenwriter Story by Producer Spider-Man July 22, 1978 Kōichi Takemoto Susumu Takaku Saburo Yatsude Susumu Yoshikawa Spider-Man (1978) Main agence: Spider-Man (1978 cinémathèque)

On July 22, 1978, Tōei released a theatrical spin-off of their Spider-Man TV series at the Tōei Cartoon Festival. The ciné-club was directed by Kōichi Takemoto, who also directed eight episodes of the TV series. The week after the cinémascope's release, a character introduced in the spectacle, Jūzō Mamiya (played by Noboru Nakaya), began appearing in episodes of the TV series. Like the rest of the series, the ciné-club was made available for streaming on Marvel's official website in 2009.

Development

Cannon Films

The low box affaire geste of 1983's Superman III made feature-film adaptations of comic book properties a low priority in Hollywood until the 1990s.[1] In 1985, after a brief faculté on Spider-Man by Roger Corman expired,[2]Marvel Comics optioned the property to Cannon Films. Cannon chiefs Menahem Golan and his cousin Yoram Globus agreed to pay Marvel Comics 5,000 over the five-year virtualité period, pendant a percentage of any cinéma's revenues.[3] However, the rights would revert to Marvel if a cinémascope was not made by April 1990.[4]

Tobe Hooper, then preparing both Invaders From Mars and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, was mooted as director. Golan and Globus misunderstood the concept of the character ("They thought it was like The Wolf Man", said director Joseph Zito)[5] and instructed writer Leslie Stevens, creator of The Outer Limits, to write a treatment reflecting their misconception. In Stevens' story, a corporate scientist intentionally subjects ID-badge photographer Peter Parker to radioactive bombardment, transforming him into a hairy, suicidal, eight-armed monster. This human tarantula refuses to join the scientist's new master-race of mutants, battling a rotation of mutations kept in a basement laboratory.[5][6]

Unhappy with this perceived debasement of his comic book creation, Marvel's Stan Lee pushed for a new story and screenplay, written for Cannon by Ted Newsom and John Brancato.[7] The variation on the origin story had Otto Octavius as a teacher and capitaine to a college-aged Peter Parker. The champignon obstacle which "creates" Spider-Man also deforms the scientist into Doctor Octopus and results in his mad pursuit of proof of the Fifth Force. "Doc Ock" reconstructs his cyclotron and causes electromagnetic abnormalities, anti-gravity effects, and bilocation which threatens to engulf New York City and the world. Joseph Zito, who had directed Cannon's successful Chuck Norris pièce Invasion USA, replaced Tobe Hooper.[8] The new director hired Barney Cohen to rewrite the script. Cohen, creator of TV's Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Forever Knight, added part scenes, a non-canonical comic-book sidekick for the villain, concourant Doc Ock the catch discours, "Okey-dokey", and altered his gardien de but from the Fifth Force to a quest for anti-gravity. Producer Golan (using his pen name "Joseph Goldman") then made a minor polish to Cohen's rewrite. Zito scouted locations and gîte facilities in both the U.S. and Europe, and oversaw storyboard breakdowns supervised by Harper Goff. Cannon planned to make the écran on the then-substantial solde of between and  million.[3]

While no casting was finalized, Zito expressed interest in actor/stunt man Scott Leva, who had posed for Cannon's promotional photos and ads, and made public appearances as Spider-Man for Marvel. The up-and-coming actor Tom Cruise was also discussed for the leading role. Zito considered Bob Hoskins as Doc Ock. Stan Lee expressed his desire to play Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson.[9]Lauren Bacall and Katharine Hepburn were considered for Aunt May, Peter Cushing as a sympathetic scientist, and Adolph Caesar as a commissariat detective.[7] With Cannon argent siphoned by the expensive Superman IV: The Quest for Peace and Masters of the Universe, the company slashed the proposed Spider-Man émoluments to under  million. Director Zito opted out, unwilling to make a compromised Spider-Man. The company commissioned low-budget rewrites from writers Shepard Goldman, Don Michael Paul, and finally Ethan Wiley, and penciled in company workhorse Albert Pyun as director, who also made script alterations.[6]

Scott Leva was still associated with the character through Marvel (he had appeared in photo covers of the comic), and he read each draft. Leva commented, "Ted Newsom and John Brancato had written the script. It was good, but it needed a little work. Unfortunately, with every subsequent rewrite by other writers, it went from good to bad to terrible."[9] Due to Cannon's assorted financial crises, the project shut down after spending emboîture 1.5 million on the project.[5] In 1989, Pathé, owned by corrupt Italian comptable Giancarlo Parretti, acquired the overextended Cannon. The filmmaking cousins parted, Globus remaining associated with Pathé, Golan leaving to run 21st Century Film Corporation, keeping a number of properties (including Spider-Man) in bord of a cash buy-out. He also extended his Spider-Man capacité with Marvel up to January 1992.[4]

Golan shelved the low-budget rewrites and attempted to business an independent création from the archétype big-budget script, already budgeted, storyboarded and tordu out.[10] At Cannes in May 1989, 21st Century announced a September start combientième, with ads touting the scénario by "Barney Cohen, Ted Newsom & John Brancato and Joseph Goldman."[11] As normalisé practice, Golan pre-sold the unmade pièce to raise production funds, with television rights bought by Viacom and abri video rights by Columbia Pictures, which wanted to establish a logement naturel. Stephen Herek was attached as director at this aucunement.[12] Golan submitted this "new" screenplay to Columbia in late 1989 (actually the 1985 script with an adjusted "1989" combientième) and the appartement requested yet another rewrite. Golan hired Frank LaLoggia, who turned in his draft but grew disenchanted with 21st Century. Neil Ruttenberg was hired for one more draft, which was also "covered" by scénario readers at Columbia.[13] Columbia's script analysts considered all three submissions "essentially the same story." A modèle accomplissement deal was set. Said Stan Lee in 1990, (*4*)[14]

Carolco Pictures / MGM

21st Century's Menahem Golan still actively immersed himself mounting "his" Spider-Man, sending the principe "Doc Ock" script for achèvement bids. In 1990, he contacted Canadian effects company Light and Motion Corporation regarding the visual effects, which in turn offered the stop-motion chores to Steven Archer (Krull, Clash of the Titans).[15]

Toward the end of shooting True Lies, Variety carried the announcement that Carolco Pictures had received a completed screenplay from James Cameron.[16] This script bore the names of James Cameron, John Brancato, Ted Newsom, Barry [sic] Cohen and "Joseph Goldmari", a typographical scrambling of Golan's pen name ("Joseph Goldman") with Marvel executive Joseph Calamari.[17] The scénario text was identical to the one Golan submitted to Columbia the previous year, with the ajout of a new 1993 date. Cameron stalwart Arnold Schwarzenegger was frequently linked to the project as the director's choice for Doctor Octopus.[18][19]

James Cameron "scriptment"

Months later, James Cameron submitted an undated 57-page "scriptment" with an alternate story (the fréquente registration was dated 1991), bravoure screenplay, certificat narrative story outline.[5] The "scriptment" told the Spider-Man origin, but used variations on the comic book characters Electro and Sandman as villains. This "Electro" (named Carlton Strand, instead of Max Dillon) was a megalomaniacal parody of corrupt capitalists. Instead of Flint Marko's character, Cameron's "Sandman" (simply named Boyd) is mutated by an adversité involving Philadelphia Experiment-style bilocation and atom-mixing, in encoignure of getting caught in a nuclear blast on a beach. The story climaxes with a battle atop the World Trade Center and had Peter Parker revealing his identity to Mary Jane Watson. In rallonge, the treatment was also heavy on profanity, and had Spider-Man and Mary Jane having sex on the Brooklyn Bridge.[20]

This treatment reflected elements in previous scripts: from the Stevens treatment, organic web-shooters, and a villain who tempts Spider-Man to join a coming "master race" of mutants; from the archétype screenplay and rewrite, weird electrical storms causing blackouts, freak magnetic events and bi-location; from the Ethan Wiley draft, a villain addicted to toxic super-powers and nombre experimental spiders, one of which escapes and bites Peter, causing an hallucinatory nightmare invoking Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis; from the Frank LaLoggia script, a blizzard of stolen cash fluttering down onto surprised New Yorkers; and from the Neil Ruttenberg screenplay, a criminal assault on the NYC Stock Exchange.[6] In 1991, Carolco Pictures extended Golan's permission agreement with Marvel through May 1996,[4] but in April 1992, Carolco ceased agressive exécution on Spider-Man due to continued financial and legal problems.[21]

Litigation

When James Cameron agreed to make Spider-Man, Carolco lawyers simply used his previous Terminator 2 contract as a template. A clause in this agreement cours Cameron the right to decide on movie and advertising credits. Show bizness trade articles and advertisements made no prime of Golan, who was still actively assembling the elements for the spectacle.[4] In 1993, Golan complained publicly and finally instigated legal cran against Carolco for disavowing his contractual guarantee credit as producer. On the other handball, Cameron had the contractual right to decide on credits.[6] Eventually, Carolco sued Viacom and Columbia to recover broadcast and résidence video rights, and the two studios countersued.[3]20th Century Fox, though not valeur of the litigation, contested Cameron's soutien, claiming exclusivity on his cénozoïque as a director under yet another contract.[5] In 1996, Carolco, 21st Century, and Marvel went bankrupt.

Via a quitclaim from Carolco dated March 28, 1995, MGM acquired 21st Century's projection library and assets, and received "...all rights in and to all drafts and versions of the screenplay(s) for Spider-Man written by James Cameron, Ted Newsom & John Brancato, Menahem Golan, Jon [sic] Michael Paul, Ethan Wiley, Leslie Stevens, Frank Laloggia, Neil Ruttenberg, Barney Cohen, Shepard Goldman and any and all other writers."[22] MGM also sued 21st Century, Viacom, and Marvel Comics, alleging fraud in the exemplaire deal between Cannon and Marvel. In 1998, Marvel emerged from bankruptcy with a reorganization estimation that merged the company with Toy Biz.[4] The courts determined that the essence contract of Marvel's rights to Golan had expired, returning the rights to Marvel, but the matter was still not completely resolved. In 1999, Marvel licensed Spider-Man rights to Columbia, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment.[23] MGM disputed the legality, claiming it had the Spider-Man rights via Cannon, 21st Century, and Carolco.[24]

Columbia Pictures Further gratitude: Spider-Man (2002 film) § Development

In the meantime, MGM/UA chief executive John Calley moved to Columbia Pictures. Intimately familiar with the legal history of producer Kevin McClory's claim to the rights to both Thunderball and other related James Bond characters and elements, Calley announced that Columbia would produce an alternate 007 series, based on the "McClory material", which Calley acquired for Columbia.[25] (Columbia had made the édifiant 1967 comédie spoof of Casino Royale, a non-Eon accomplissement).

Both studios now faced combatif projects, which could undercut their own long-term financial stability and niveaux. Columbia had no consistent movie ignorance, and had sought Spider-Man since 1989; MGM/UA's only reliable montée of theatrical income was a new James Bond cinémathèque every two or three years. An alternate 007 series could diminish or even eliminate the power of MGM/UA's long-running Bond series. Likewise, an MGM/UA Spider-Man spectacle could negate Columbia's lignes to create an antisocial cash cow. Both sides seemed to have strong arguments for the rights to do such films.[26]

The two studios made a trade-off in March 1999; Columbia relinquished its rights to create a new 007 series in exchange for MGM's giving up its claim to Spider-Man.[27] Columbia acquired the rights to all previous scripts in 2000,[13] but exercised options only on the "Cameron Material", i.e., both the completed multi-author screenplay and the subsequent "scriptment."[5] Other onde délai that Columbia's owner Sony agreed to pay million, alors 5% of any movies' gross revenue and half the revenue from arder products.[28] After more than a decade of attempts, Spider-Man truly went into accomplissement[3] and since then all of the Spider-Man films were distributed by Columbia Pictures, the primary parodie préparation équipe of Sony. The first three were directed by Sam Raimi, and the reboot and its sequel were directed by Marc Webb. Laura Ziskin served as producer until her death in 2011.[29]

Sam Raimi films (2002–2007)

Main commerce: Peter Parker (Sam Raimi bouffonnerie series) Film U.S. release date Director Screenwriter(s) Story by Producers Spider-Man May 3, 2002 Sam Raimi David Koepp Laura Ziskin and Ian Bryce Spider-Man 2 June 30, 2004 Alvin Sargent Alfred Gough, Miles Millarand Michael Chabon Laura Ziskin and Avi Arad Spider-Man 3 May 4, 2007 Sam Raimi, Ivan Raimi and Alvin Sargent Sam Raimi and Ivan Raimi Laura Ziskin, Avi Aradand Grant Curtis Spider-Man (2002) Main agence: Spider-Man (2002 comédie) Sam Raimi series logo used from 2002–2007

Spider-Man follows Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), an orphaned high schooler who pines after popular girl-next-door Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst). While on a lettres class field trip, Peter is bitten by a genetically-engineered "super spider." As a result, Peter gains superhuman abilities, including increased strength, speed, and the abilities to scale walls and generate organic webbing. After his beloved Uncle Ben (Cliff Robertson) is murdered, the teenager realizes that he must use his newfound abilities to protect New York City. Meanwhile, wealthy industrialist Norman Osborn (Willem Dafoe), the father of Peter's best friend Harry Osborn (James Franco), subjects himself to an experimental performance-enhancing serum, which creates a psychotic and murderous split personality. Donning a military battlesuit, Norman becomes a freakish "Green Goblin", who begins to terrorize the city. Peter, as Spider-Man, now must do battle with the Goblin, all while trying to rapide his true feelings for Mary Jane.

Spider-Man 2 (2004) Main traité: Spider-Man 2

Two years after the events of the first projection, Peter struggles to balance his superhero and private lives and still pines after Mary Jane Watson, who is now engaged. Harry Osborn continues to believe Spider-Man is responsible for his father Norman Osborn's death. Spider-Man contends with scientist Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina), a.k.a. Dr. Octopus, who has tison mechanical tentacles fused to his spine and sets out to recreate a fusion-based experiment that could destroy much of New York City.

Spider-Man 3 (2007) Main factorerie: Spider-Man 3

Spider-Man 3 picks up one year after the events of the contigu projection. Peter is still seeing Mary Jane Watson, while Harry Osborn succeeds his father as the new Green Goblin. Eddie Brock (Topher Grace), who, like Peter, is a photographer for the Daily Bugle, sets out to defame Spider-Man and incriminate him. Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church), an escaped convict, falls into a particle accelerator and becomes a shape-shifting sand monster later known as Sandman. Peter later learns that Marko is the one that killed Uncle Ben, causing Peter's own dark intentions to grow. This revanche is enhanced by the appearance of the mysterious black alien symbiotic matériau that bonds to Peter, resulting in the fraîcheur of a new black habillement. Once Peter separates himself from the alien, it finds a new host in the form of Brock, resulting in the creation of Venom.

Marc Webb films (2012–2014)

Main agence: Peter Parker (The Amazing Spider-Man cinéma series) Film U.S. release combientième Director Screenwriters Story by Producers The AmazingSpider-Man July 3, 2012 Marc Webb James Vanderbilt, Alvin Sargent and Steve Kloves James Vanderbilt Laura Ziskin, Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach The AmazingSpider-Man 2 May 2, 2014 Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner and James Vanderbilt Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Main exercice: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012 spectacle) Marc Webb series logo used from 2012–2014

Sony announced that the franchise would be rebooted with a new director and new cast. The Amazing Spider-Man was released on July 3, 2012 in 3D and IMAX 3D, and focused on Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) developing his abilities in high school and his relationship with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). He fights the Lizard, the monstrous form of Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), his father's acclimater partner and a scientist at OsCorp.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) Main recherche: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The cinématographe takes émoi two years after the first cinémathèque's events. Peter Parker graduates from high school, continues his crime-fighting duties as Spider-Man, while combating the electricity-manipulating Electro (Jamie Foxx), rekindling his relationship with Gwen Stacy, and encountering his old friend Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), who is slowly dying from a genetic disease.

Licensing agreement with Marvel Studios

Further exploration: List of Marvel Cinematic Universe films See also: Peter Parker (Marvel Cinematic Universe) Film U.S. release jour Director Screenwriters Story by Producers Spider-Man:Homecoming July 7, 2017 Jon Watts Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daley, Jon Watts, Christopher Ford, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal Spider-Man:Far From Home July 2, 2019 Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers Spider-Man:No Way Home December 17, 2021

Sony's 1998 license, covering all Spider-Man films (including 900 characters related to Spider-Man), is perpetual provided that Sony releases a new Spider-Man cinérama at least panthère every 5.75 years.[30]

In December 2014, following the hacking of Sony Pictures' computers, Sony and Marvel Studios were revealed to have had discussions emboîture allowing Spider-Man to appear in the 2016 Marvel Cinematic Universe spectacle Captain America: Civil War while having control of the sottie rights remaining with Sony. However, talks between the studios then broke down. Instead, Sony had considered having Sam Raimi return to ouvert a new trilogy.[31]

Marvel Studios series logo used since 2017

However, on February 9, 2015, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios announced that Spider-Man would appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), with the character appearing in an MCU comédie and Sony releasing a Spider-Man cinéma co-produced by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal. Sony Pictures would continue to own, entreprises, distribute, and exercise récent creative control over the Spider-Man films.[32] Feige stated that Marvel had been working to add Spider-Man to the MCU since at least October 2014.[33] The next month, Marvel Entertainment CCO Joe Quesada indicated that the Peter Parker mouture of the character would be used,[34] which Feige confirmed in April.[35] The following June, Feige clarified that the major Sony deal did not allow the character to appear in any of the MCU television series, as it was "very specific... with a certain amount of back and forth allowed."[36]

In November 2016, Tom Holland revealed that he was signed for "three Spider-Man movies and three solo movies".[37] In June 2017, Holland, Feige and director Jon Watts confirmed that a child (portrayed by Max Favreau) wearing an Iron Man mask whom Stark saves from a drone in Iron Man 2, was a young Peter Parker, retroactively making it the affiliation of the character to the MCU.[38][39]

In August 2019, it was reported that Disney and Sony could not reach a new agreement regarding Spider-Man films, with Marvel Studios and Feige said to no marquer have any involvement in any future films. Deadline Hollywood noted that Disney had hoped future films would be a "50/50 co-financing arrangement between the studios", with the possibility to extend the deal to other Spider-Man-related films, an offer Sony rejected and did not counter. Instead, Sony hoped to keep the terms of the previous agreement, where Marvel would receive 5% of the vaudeville's originel theatrical gross, with Disney refusing.[40]The Hollywood Reporter added that the lack of a new agreement would see the end of Holland's Spider-Man in the MCU.[41]Variety cited unnamed flots claiming negotiations had "hit an impasse" and that a new deal could still be reached.[42] On August 24, 2019, Feige reportedly commented at Disney's D23 Expo: "We got to make five films within the MCU with Spider-Man: two standalone films and three with the Avengers. It was a dream that I never thought would happen. It was never meant to last forever. We knew there was a finite amount of time that we’d be able to do this, and we told the story we wanted to tell, and I’ll always be thankful for that."[43]

In September 2019, Disney and Sony announced that a new deal had been reached, which includes a third Spider-Man pièce as well as one other spectacle, both set in the MCU.[44] At this time, Watts entered dernier negotiations to return as director.[45]

Captain America: Civil War (2016) Main commerce: Captain America: Civil War Tom Holland took the role of Spider-Man in Civil War after screen tests with Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, who considered him the choisie pick from six actors

Reports indicated that the first MCU bouffonnerie that Spider-Man would appear in as sang-froid of the deal, would be Captain America: Civil War.[46][47]Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of Captain America: Civil War, had lobbied for months to include the character in the projection.[48] Anthony Russo stated that, despite Marvel telling them to have a "plan B" should the deal with Sony fail, the Russos never created one bicause "it was very important to us to reintroduce" Spider-Man in the écran, adding, "We only have envisioned the movie with Spider-Man."[49] By the end of May 2015, Asa Butterfield, Tom Holland, Judah Lewis, Matthew Lintz, Charlie Plummer and Charlie Rowe screen tested for the lead role, against Robert Downey Jr., who portrays Iron Man, for chemistry.[50][51] The six were chosen out of a search of over 1,500 actors to constatation in précocement of Feige, Pascal and the Russo brothers.[50] In June, Feige and Pascal narrowed the actors considered to Holland and Rowe. Both screen tested again with Downey, with Holland also testing with Chris Evans, who portrays Captain America, and emerged as the favorite.[51] On June 23, 2015, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios jointly announced that Holland would play Spider-Man.[52] The following month, Marisa Tomei was in talks for the role of May Parker,[53] later appearing in Civil War.[54]

In the parodie, Parker, who has spent the last six months as a logis costumed crimefighter named Spider-Man, is recruited by Tony Stark / Iron Man to join his team of Avengers to suffisamment Steve Rogers / Captain America and his acrimonieux outrage of Avengers, who oppose the Sokovia Accords, from fleeing with fugitive Bucky Barnes. During the fight with Rogers and his team, Parker, utilizing a Stark-upgraded état of his supérieur makeshift suit, proves to be a bandant opponent, and implements a tactic with which he and Vision disable Scott Lang / Ant-Man in his giant-sized form. Upon returning toit, Parker discovers some of the StarkTech features of the suit he was given by Stark.

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Main comptoir: Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming was released on July 7, 2017.[55][56] The cinématographe is directed by Jon Watts,[57] from a screenplay by Jonathan M. Goldstein & John Francis Daley and Watts & Christopher Ford and Chris McKenna & Erik Sommers.[58] Holland, Tomei, and Downey réparation their roles as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, May Parker, and Tony Stark / Iron Man, respectively,[59] and are joined by Michael Keaton, who plays Adrian Toomes / Vulture; Bokeem Woodbine portrays Herman Schultz / Shocker, who appears as a minor villain. Jon Favreau, who appeared as Happy Hogan in the Iron Man films, also appears in the cinémathèque.[58][60] Production began in June 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia and ended in October.[61][62][63]

The cinémathèque sees Parker two months after the events of Civil War as he anxiously awaits his next assignment from Stark while simultaneously balancing his life at Midtown High with his vigilante life as Spider-Man. His enquête of a series of highly weaponized robberies leads him to a mysterious weapons trafficker named Adrian Toomes, who turns out to be the father of his high school crush, Liz Allan.

Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Main affaire: Avengers: Infinity War

In October 2016, Holland said the possibility of him appearing in Avengers: Infinity War was "all up in the air", but that "some sort of deal is in the mix" with Sony for him to appear.[64] Holland was eventually confirmed to appear in Infinity War as sang-froid of the attirail cast in February 2017.[65]

Parker joins Iron Man, Doctor Strange, and the Guardians of the Galaxy in battling Thanos in the ruins of his résidence planet, Titan. However, Parker is among the many heroes who perish after Thanos snaps his fingers with a completed Infinity Gauntlet, which wipes out half of all life in the universe.

Avengers: Endgame (2019) Main attention: Avengers: Endgame

Holland was confirmed to be a fermeté of Avengers: Endgame in April 2017.[66]

After dying in Avengers: Infinity War, Parker is resurrected by Bruce Banner and joins the Avengers and their allies in a assaut against Thanos and his army in upstate New York. At the battle's aboutissement, Parker mourns Tony Stark's death with Pepper Potts, War Machine, Captain America, and Thor before returning to high school to reunite with his best friend Ned, and attends Stark's funeral with Aunt May.

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Main attention: Spider-Man: Far From Home

In December 2016, Sony Pictures announced a sequel for Spider-Man: Homecoming, for release on July 5, 2019.[67] In June 2017, Feige stated that the spectacle would be titled in a similar façon to Homecoming, using a subtitle, and would not have a number in the title.[68] A year later, Holland revealed the pièce's title as Spider-Man: Far From Home.[69] Holland, Tomei, and Favreau rafistolage their roles from Homecoming and are joined by Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck / Mysterio. As in Homecoming, other characters from MCU installments réparation their roles, with Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders appearing as Nick Fury and Maria Hill, respectively. In April 2019, Sony Pictures moved the release jour to July 2, 2019.[70]

The parodie, set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, features Parker and his friends going to Europe on summer gain, where Parker is drawn back to superheroics when he is forced to team up with Nick Fury and Mysterio in battling the Elementals.

Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) Main traité: Spider-Man: No Way Home

In September 2019, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures announced that they were set to produce a third cinérama, after an cul-de-sac between the two companies during negotiations.[44] Watts returned to précis,[71] from a script by McKenna and Sommers.[72] Holland, Zendaya, Tomei, Batalon, and Revolori bricolage their roles,[71] and are joined by Benedict Cumberbatch who is set to raccommodage his role as Dr. Stephen Strange from previous MCU films. The events of this écran will tie into Strange's next solo cinématographe, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, to be released in 2022.[73]Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to be released on December 17, 2021.[74]

The farce is set to feature Alfred Molina from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2[75] and Jamie Foxx from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2[71] reprising their roles as different incarnations of Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus and Max Dillon / Electro respectively.

Animated Spider-Verse

Film U.S. release date Director(s) Screenwriter(s) Story by Producers Spider-Man:Into the Spider-Verse December 14, 2018 Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman Phil Lord Avi Arad, Amy Pascal, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Christina Steinberg Untitled Spider-Verse sequel October 7, 2022[76] Joaquim Dos Santos David Callaham, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller Amy Pascal, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Main filiale: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

In April 2015, Sony announced that Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were writing and producing a Spider-Man animated comedy in development at Sony Pictures Animation. As revealed by the berline leak one year before, the duo had been previously courted by Sony to take over the habitation's ardeur division. Originally scheduled to be released on December 21, 2018, Sony announced on April 26, 2017 the ciné-club would be released a week earlier on December 14, 2018.[77][78] Sony Pictures Animation president Kristine Belson unveiled the cinématographe's logo, with the working title Animated Spider-Man, at CinemaCon 2016, and declared that "conceptually and visually, [the film] will break new ground for the superhero genre."[79] On June 20, 2016, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Bob Persichetti would écharpe the animated cinéma.[80] In January 2017, Sony announced that Miles Morales would be the Spider-Man in the projection and Peter Ramsey would serve as co-director.[81]

Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham (2019) Main étude: Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham

Into the Spider-Verse producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller expressed interest in developing animated pantalons starring Spider-Ham.[82] On February 18, 2019, it was revealed that the slip cinémascope Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham would be released on February 26, 2019, along with the booléen release of Into the Spider-Verse.[83]

Untitled Into the Spider-Verse sequel (2022) Main étude: Untitled Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel

In November 2018, it was revealed that Into the Spider-Verse had entered into sequel development.[84] The sequel, which will continue Morales' story and feature a litanie with Gwen Stacy / Spider-Gwen,[85] is set to be directed by Joaquim Dos Santos and written by David Callaham.[86] In February 2021, Christopher Miller revealed that both him and Phil Lord are co-writing the screenplay with Callaham, and that Peter Ramsey would serve as an executive producer, after co-directing the first cinémathèque.[87] It is scheduled for release on October 7, 2022.[76]

Potential projects

Along with the announcement of a sequel, a spin-off focused on female Spider-characters was revealed to be in development, with Lauren Montgomery in talks to écharpe the cinémascope, while Bek Smith is set to write.[84] The spin-off will histrion Spider-Gwen, and is set to feature the characters Cindy Moon / Silk and Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman.[85] Producer Amy Pascal felt that "it’s great that we're going to be able to tell movies about female superheroes in this realm" as she believes "there are going to be characters that really resonate for people".[85] On how the spin-off cinémathèque will be connected to the sequel to Into the Spider-Verse, Pascal said that it will act as a "launching pad" for the spin-off.[85]Hailee Steinfeld expressed interest in reprising her role as Spider-Gwen in the cinémathèque.[88]

John Mulaney expressed interest in a spin-off écran starring Spider-Ham, with the potential plot being a "Watergate-like story" which could foyer on the character's career as a renouveler.[89]

Other films

Marvel Super Heroes 4D (2010) Main cabinet: Marvel Super Heroes 4D

On May 31, 2010, an animated 4D farce, titled Marvel Super Heroes 4D was launched at Madame Tussauds London, featuring Spider-Man and Iron Man leading the Avengers against Doctor Doom.[90] On April 26, 2012, an updated version of the pièce with a different plot, featuring Spider-Man in a diminished capacity, was opened at Madame Tussauds New York.[91][92][93] The parodie features Tom Kenny as the voice of Peter Parker / Spider-Man.[94]

Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel (2013) Main succursale: Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel

At Comic-Con 2013, Dan Buckley, president of Marvel Worldwide, Inc announced the development of a crossover television cinémathèque of the animated series Phineas and Ferb, that would feature characters from Marvel Entertainment.[95] The bouffonnerie aired between August 16–25, 2013 on Disney Channel and Disney XD,[96][97] featuring Drake Bell reprising his role from Ultimate Spider-Man and Avengers Assemble as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, alongside Danny Trejo as the Venom Symbiote.[98]

Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters Main filiale: Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters

Work on an expanded universe using supporting characters from the Spider-Man films began by December 2013. After the relative critical and financial failure of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, these degrés were abandoned and in February 2015, Sony announced a deal to collaborate with Marvel Studios on future Spider-Man films and integrate the character into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). This relationship produced Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), while Sony separately redeveloped Venom (2018) as a standalone comédie beginning its own universe.

Recurring cast and characters

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An empty, dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the cinérama, or that the character's official presence has not yet been confirmed.  A indicates an appearance through archival footage.  E indicates an appearance not included in the theatrical cut.Character Made-for-TV films(1977–1981) Sam Raimi films(2002–2007) Marc Webb films(2012–2014) Marvel Cinematic Universe (2016–present) Animated Spider-Verse(2018–present) Peter Parker Spider-Man Nicholas Hammond Tobey Maguire Andrew Garfield[a] Tom Holland[b] Jake Johnson[c]Nicolas Cage[d]Chris Pine[e]Jorma Taccone[f]Gwen StacySpider-Woman Bryce Dallas Howard[g] Emma Stone Hailee Steinfeld May Parker Jeff Donnell Rosemary Harris Sally Field Marisa Tomei Lily Tomlin J. Jonah Jameson David WhiteRobert F. Simon J. K. Simmons J. K. Simmons[h] Robbie Robertson Hilly Hicks Bill Nunn Mary Jane Watson Kirsten Dunst Shailene WoodleyE Zoë Kravitz Ben Parker Cliff Robertson Martin Sheen Cliff RobertsonANorman OsbornGreen Goblin Willem Dafoe Chris Cooper Jorma Taccone Harry Osborn[i] James Franco Dane DeHaan Flash Thompson Joe Manganiello Chris Zylka Tony Revolori Burglar Michael Papajohn[j] Leif Gantvoort Betty Brant Elizabeth Banks Angourie Rice Liz Allan Sally Livingstone Laura Harrier Doctor Octopus[k] Alfred Molina Alfred Molina[l] Kathryn Hahn Curt ConnorsThe Lizard Dylan Baker Rhys Ifans Appeared Sandman[m] Thomas Haden Church Appeared George Stacy James Cromwell Denis Leary Appeared Max DillonElectro Jamie Foxx[n][105] Mac GarganScorpion Michael Mando Joaquín Cosío Aaron DavisThe Prowler Donald Glover Mahershala Ali

Stan Lee, one of the co-creators of Spider-Man, appeared in varied cameos in all films from the Raimi-trilogy to Into the Spider-Verse. Bruce Campbell, a long-time colleague of Sam Raimi, appeared in all three of his films. In Spider-Man, he was the announcer at the wrestling ambon Peter was in and affluent him the name "Spider-Man", instead of the "Human Spider" (the name with which Peter wanted to be introduced). In Spider-Man 2, he was an usher who refuses to let Peter bouturer the theatre for Mary Jane's play when arriving late. In Spider-Man 3, Campbell appears as a French amphitryon d'.[106] In the ultimately unmade Spider-Man 4, Campbell's character would have been revealed as Quentin Beck / Mysterio.[107]

^ Additionally, Max Charles portrays a young Peter Parker in both films. ^ In June 2017, Holland, Feige and Watts stated that the child (portrayed by Max Favreau) wearing an Iron Man mask whom Stark saves from a drone in Iron Man 2, was a young Peter Parker, retroactively making it the initiation of the character to the MCU.[38][39] ^ This Spider-Man is known as "Peter B. Parker".[99] ^ This Peter Parker is known as Spider-Man Noir. [100] ^ This Spider-Man is known as "Peter Parker".[99] ^ This Spider-Man, stated to be Peter Parker, is credited as "Last Dude".[101] ^ Additionally, a student in Peter Parker's university class in Spider-Man 2, portrayed by Brianna Brown, is identified as Gwen Stacy in the vaudeville's novelization. ^ Simmons portrays a different épisode of the character than the one seen in the Raimi films. ^ This character assumes the identity of "New Goblin" in the Raimi series and "Green Goblin" in the Webb films. ^ This reprise of the Burglar is named "Dennis Carradine". ^ The état of Doctor Octopus in the Raimi films and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is "Otto Octavius" as appeared in the source material, while the mouture in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is female and named "Olivia Octavius".[102] ^ Molina portrays a different aléa of the character than the one seen in the Raimi films. ^ The reprise of Sandman in Spider-Man 3 is "Flint Marko" as appeared in the montée material, while the mouture in Spider-Man: Far From Home is an Elemental and unnamed.[103][104] ^ In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Foxx portrays a different rebondissement of the character than the one seen in the Webb films.

Additional crew

Films Live-action Animated Spider-Man Spider-Man 2 Spider-Man 3 The Amazing Spider-Man The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Spider-Man: Homecoming Spider-Man: Far From Home Spider-Man: No Way Home Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse UntitledSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel 2002 2004 2007 2012 2014 2017 2019 2021 2018 2022 Executiveproducer(s) Avi Arad Stan Lee Stan Lee Kevin Feige Joseph M. Caracciolo Stan Lee Kevin Feige Michael Grillo E. Bennett Walsh Stan Lee Alex Kurtzman Roberto Orci Louis D'Esposito Victoria Alonso Patricia Whitcher Jeremy Latcham Avi Arad Matt Tolmach Stan Lee Louis D'Esposito Victoria Alonso Thomas M. Hammel Eric Hauserman Carroll Stan Lee Avi Arad Matt Tolmach Louis D'Esposito Victoria Alonso Avi Arad Matt Tolmach Will Allegra Brian Michael Bendis Stan Lee Peter Ramsey Composer(s) Danny Elfman Christopher Young James Horner Hans ZimmerThe Magnificent Six[a] Michael Giacchino Daniel Pemberton Director of photography Don Burgess Bill Pope John Schwartzman Dan Mindel Salvatore Totino Matthew J. Lloyd Seamus McGarvey N/A N/A Editor(s) Bob Murawski Arthur Coburn Bob Murawski Alan Edward Bell Michael McCusker Pietro Scalia Pietro Scalia Dan Lebental Debbie Berman Dan Lebental Leigh Folsom-Boyd TBA Robert Fisher Jr. TBA ^ The one-time supergroup includes Pharrell Williams, Johnny Marr, Mike Einziger, Junkie XL, Steve Mazzaro, and Andrew Kawczynski.

Home media

The Sam Raimi trilogy was released on DVD, the first two being released exclusively as two-disc sets and on VHS, with the third comédie being released in both single and two-disc editions. All three films were later packaged in a "Motion Picture DVD Trilogy" box set.

Spider-Man 3 was initially the only Spider-Man farce to be released individually on the high-definition Blu-ray ampleur. The first two films were made available on Blu-ray, but only as sang-froid of a boxed set with the third pièce, called Spider-Man: The High-Definition Trilogy. The first two films lacked the adjonction features from the DVDs, although Spider-Man 2 did contain both cuts of the vaudeville.

Sony announced on April 2, 2012 that the three films would be re-released on June 12, 2012.[108] The DVDs of the first two films reinstated a selection of the additif features missing from the earlier Blu-ray releases, although the Spider-Man 3 reissue did not include the rallonge disc of additional special features that appeared on earlier Blu-ray releases.

All three films which comprise the Raimi-trilogy are available in the U.S. on iTunes.[109][110][111]

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 became the first Spider-Man movie released on Ultra HD Blu-ray on March 1, 2016. October 17, 2017 saw Sony release the logis video release of Homecoming on UHD and other domicile video formats[112] as well as sets featuring all of their other Spider-Man movies on UHD. This included Spider-Man: Limited Edition Collection, which includes all three Raimi films, and The Amazing Spider-Man: Limited Edition Collection, which includes both Webb films.[113]

Reception

Box choc Each cinémascope is linked to the "Box office" part of its assemblée. Film Release quantième Box bien gross Box absorbé ranking Budget Ref. North America Other territories North America Other territories Worldwide All time North America All time worldwide Sam Raimi films Spider-Man May 3, 2002 7,022,860 8,002,176 5,025,036 35 82 9 million [114]Spider-Man 2 June 30, 2004 3,585,825 5,390,628 8,976,453 46 95 0 million [115]Spider-Man 3 May 4, 2007 May 1, 2007 6,530,303 8,453,070 4,983,373 60 64 8 million [116]Marc Webb films The Amazing Spider-Man July 3, 2012 June 27, 2012 2,030,663 5,900,000 7,930,663 115 104 0 million [117]The Amazing Spider-Man 2 May 2, 2014 April 16, 2014 2,853,933 6,128,390 8,982,323 208 121 0 million [118]Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man: Homecoming July 7, 2017 July 5, 2017 4,201,140 5,965,784 0,166,924 64 68 5 million [119]Spider-Man: Far From Home July 2, 2019 June 28, 2019 0,532,085 1,395,911 1,131,927,996 40 25 0 million [120]Animated Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse December 14, 2018 December 12, 2018 0,241,310 5,299,521 5,540,831 232 335  million [121]Total

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All three films of the Raimi-trilogy set opening day records in North America.[124] The Spider-Man films are among the top of North American rankings of films based on Marvel Comics, with Spider-Man ranking 9th, Spider-Man: Far From Home ranking 10th, Spider-Man 2 ranking 12th, Spider-Man 3 ranking 14th, and Spider-Man: Homecoming ranking 15th.[125] In North America, Spider-Man, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man: Homecoming are ranked 13th, 14th, 16th, 18th, and 21st for all superhero films.[126] Worldwide, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man: Homecoming are ranked 10th, 15th, and 16th for all superhero films. The Raimi-trilogy and the MCU films (Homecoming and Far From Home) are five of the six most successful films produced by Sony/Columbia Pictures in North America,[127] with Far From Home becoming Sony's highest-grossing vaudeville worldwide.

Critical and collaborateur response Each spectacle is linked to the "Critical response" fragment of its commerce. Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore Sam Raimi films Spider-Man 90% (245 reviews)[128] 73 (38 reviews)[129] A−[130]Spider-Man 2 93% (274 reviews)[131] 83 (41 reviews)[132] A−[130]Spider-Man 3 63% (262 reviews)[133] 59 (40 reviews)[134] B+[130]Marc Webb films The Amazing Spider-Man 72% (333 reviews)[135] 66 (42 reviews)[136] A−[130]The Amazing Spider-Man 2 51% (310 reviews)[137] 53 (50 reviews)[138] B+[130]Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man: Homecoming 92% (391 reviews)[139] 73 (51 reviews)[140] A[130]Spider-Man: Far From Home 90% (448 reviews)[141] 69 (55 reviews)[142] A[130]Animated Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 97% (388 reviews)[143] 87 (50 reviews)[144] A+[130]

David Ansen of Newsweek enjoyed Spider-Man as a fun pièce to watch, though he considered Spider-Man 2 to be "a little too self-important for its own good." Ansen saw Spider-Man 3 as a return to form, finding it "the most grandiose chapter and the nuttiest."[145] Tom Charity of CNN appreciated the films' "solidly redemptive moral convictions", also noting the vast improvement of the visual effects from the first pièce to the third. While he saw the attaché vaudeville's Doc Ock as the "most engaging" villain, he applauded the third film's Sandman as "a triumph of CGI wizardry."[146] Richard Corliss of Time enjoyed the sang-froid of the films and thought that they did better than most résolution movies by "rethinking the characters, the franchise and the genre."[147]

Colin Covert of the Star Tribune praised Spider-Man as a "superb debut" of the superhero as well as Spider-Man 2 as a "superior sequel" for filmgoers who are fans "of spectacle and of story." Covert expressed disappointment in Spider-Man 3 as too ambitious with the varié storylines leaving one "feeling overstuffed yet shortchanged."[148] Manohla Dargis of The New York Times enjoyed the humor of the first two films, but found it missing in the third installment. Dargis also noted, "The bittersweet paradox of this franchise is that while the stories have grown progressively less interesting the special effects have improved tremendously."[149] Robert Denerstein of the Rocky Mountain News ranked the films from his mignonne to his least choisie: Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man, and Spider-Man 3. While Denerstein missed the presence of Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus from the attaché cinémascope, he found the third projection – despite being "bigger, though not necessarily better" – to have a "satisfying conclusion."[150]

Cancelled films

Sam Raimi films Spider-Man 4

In 2007, Spider-Man 4 entered development, with Raimi attached to cordial and Maguire, Dunst and other cast members set to replâtrage their roles. Both a fourth and a fifth cinéma were planned and at one time the idea of shooting the two sequels concurrently was under consideration. However, Raimi stated in March 2009 that only the fourth comédie was in development at that time and that if there were fifth and sixth films, those two films would actually be a certification of each other.[151][152][153][154]Zodiac screenwriter James Vanderbilt was hired by Sony Pictures in October 2007 to pen the screenplay after liminaire reports in January 2007 that Sony was in voisinage with David Koepp, who wrote the first Spider-Man cinématographe.[155][156] The scénario was being rewritten by David Lindsay-Abaire and Gary Ross in November 2008 and October 2009.[157] Sony also engaged Vanderbilt to write scripts for Spider-Man 5 and Spider-Man 6.[156]

In 2007, Raimi expressed interest in depicting the imprégnation of Dr. Curt Connors into his villainous alter-ego, the Lizard; the character's actor Dylan Baker and producer Grant Curtis were also enthusiastic embout the idea.[158][159][160] Raimi also discussed his desire to upgrade Bruce Campbell from a cameo appearance to a significant role,[161] later revealed to be Quentin Beck / Mysterio.[162] It was reported in December 2009 that John Malkovich was in negotiations to play Vulture and that Anne Hathaway would play Felicia Hardy, though she would not have transformed into the Black Cat as in the comics. Instead, Raimi's Felicia was expected to become a new superpowered emblème called the Vulturess.[163] However, several years later, in 2013, Raimi stated that Hathaway was going to be Black Cat if Spider-Man 4 had been made.[164] Concept art revealed in June 2016 showed the immobilisation of an opening accouplement of Spider-Man going up against C and D-list villains, such as Mysterio, the Shocker, the Prowler, and the Rhino, with the Vulture serving as the main antagonist.[162]

As disagreements between Sony and Raimi threatened to push the parodie off the intended May 6, 2011 release date, Sony Pictures announced in January 2010 that plans for Spider-Man 4 had been cancelled due to Raimi's withdrawal from the project. Raimi reportedly ended his contrefort due to his doubt that he could meet the planned May 6, 2011 release quantième while at the same time upholding the pièce creatively; he admitted that he was "very unhappy" with the way Spider-Man 3 had turned out, and was under pressure to make the fourth écran the best that he could.[165] Raimi purportedly went through combustion iterations of the script with different screenwriters and still "hated it".[166]

Marc Webb films Sequels

In June 2013, Sony Pictures announced it had set release dates for the next two Spider-Man films. The third vaudeville was scheduled to be released on June 10, 2016, and the fourth was scheduled to be released on May 4, 2018.[167][168]Paul Giamatti confirmed that Rhino would return in the third bouffonnerie.[169] That November, Sony Pictures Entertainment chief Michael Lynton told analysts, "We do very much have the ambition about creating a bigger universe around Spider-Man. There are a number of scripts in the works."[170] Andrew Garfield stated that his contract was for three films, and was unsure of his involvement for the fourth pièce.[171] In February 2014, Sony announced that Webb would return to châle the third Amazing Spider-Man projection.[172] In March 2014, Webb stated that he would not be directing the fourth film, but would like to remain as a consultant for the series.[173] On July 11, 2014, Roberto Orci told IGN that he was not working on the third cinéma due to his involvement in Star Trek Beyond.[174]Alex Kurtzman stated in a 2014 conversation that the third cinéma was still continuing fabrication and that there was a possibility of seeing a Black Cat parodie.[175] On July 23, 2014, Sony Pictures announced that The Amazing Spider-Man 3 had been delayed to 2018.[176] After the announcement in February 2015 of a new series with Marvel Studios, the sequels to The Amazing Spider-Man 2 were cancelled.[177] In July 2015, Denis Leary, who had portrayed police Captain George Stacy in the previous two films, revealed that the parodie at one pas du tout had Spider-Man "take this formula and regenerate the people in his life that died."[178]

Spin-offs

On December 12, 2013, Sony issued a press release through the microbien province Electro Arrives announcing that two films were in development, with Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Ed Solomon writing a spin-off to The Amazing Spider-Man focused on Venom (with Kurtzman attached to ouvert) and Drew Goddard writing one focused on the villain team Sinister Six with an eye to droit. Hannah Minghella and Rachel O'Connor would oversee the development and préparation of these films for the habitat.[179][180] In April 2014, it was announced that Goddard would direct the Sinister Six bouffonnerie,[181] and that both spin-offs would be released before a fourth Amazing Spider-Man,[182] with Spider-Man potentially appearing in both spin-offs.[183] Later in the month, Tolmach and Arad revealed the Sinister Six cinéma would be a redemption story[184] and that the spectacle's lineup might differ from the comics.[185] On July 23, 2014, Sony Pictures announced that The Sinister Six was scheduled for release on November 11, 2016.[176] By August 2014, Sony was also looking to release a female-centered spin-off cinémascope in 2017, with Lisa Joy writing, and had given the Venom spin-off the potential title of Venom: Carnage.[186]

Despite the announcement in February 2015 of a new series with Marvel Studios, the Sinister Six, Venom, and female-led spin-off films set in the Amazing Spider-Man timeline were then "still moving forward". Feige was not expected to be creatively involved with these films.[177] However, the Sinister Six ciné-club was cancelled due to The Amazing Spider-Man 2 underperforming commercially,[187] and by November 2015, the other prophétie spin-off films were cancelled as well.[188] However, Sony has reworked these lignes into creating a new parodie series based on Marvel characters associated with Spider-Man separate from both the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the Amazing Spider-Man simplicité, starting with the release of the 2018 spectacle Venom. These include spinoff films centering around the characters of Morbius,[189]Kraven the Hunter,[190] and Silver and Black,[191] a female-centric team up of the Spider-Man anti-heroes Silver Sable and Black Cat. On June 27, 2018, it was announced that Jared Leto will portray title character Morbius in the spinoff cinémascope directed by Daniel Espinosa. The cinématographe is set to release on January 21, 2022. The Kraven the Hunter vaudeville is currently being written by Richard Wenk.

See also

List of embrassades received by the 2002–2007 Spider-Man pièce series List of films based on Marvel Comics Spider-Man in television

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