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|Donald Glover on His "The Amazing Spider-Man" Easter Egg|
April 10th, 2012
Director Marc Webb previously revealed that he included an Easter Egg in "The Amazing Spider-Man" referencing how fans rallied around "Community" actor Donald Glover to convince Sony to cast him as the lead in the movie and make him the first black Spider-Man.
|Irrfan Khan to Play Pivotal Role in "Amazing Spider-Man"|
February 16th, 2011
Back in December it was reported that Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire) was cast in "The Amazing Spider-Man" as Nels Van Adder, an employee of Normal Osbourne who served as a test subject for a chemical that turned him into the evil Proto-Goblin, a red beast with fangs and claws.
|Irrfan Khan is NOT Proto-Goblin in "Spider-Man" Reboot|
February 6th, 2011
Back in December it was reported that Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire) was cast in the "Spider-Man" reboot as Nels Van Adder, an employee of Normal Osbourne who served as a test subject for a chemical that turned him into the evil Proto-Goblin, a red beast with fangs and claws.
|Lots of New "Spider-Man" Photos|
January 25th, 2011
Today we have lots more photos from the set of the upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot, giving us a better look at the costume and shots of the superhero swinging around Los Angeles.
|"Spider-Man" Suit is Just a Wrestling Outfit?|
January 23rd, 2011
Back in 2008, Marvel released a five-issue comic book series called "Spider-Man: With Great Power," which focused on the events between Peter Parker's transformation into Spider-Man and the murder of his Uncle Ben.
|Irrfan Khan is a Villain in "Spider-Man"|
December 4th, 2010
Campbell Scott ("Damages") has joined the cast of the upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot, while Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire), Annie Parisse ("Rubicon") and Julianne Nicholson ("Law and Order: Criminal Intent") are in various stages of discussions to also join the production.
|David Fincher Comments on "Spider-Man" Reboot|
August 19th, 2010
David Fincher (Fight Club, Curious Case of Benjamin Button), along with Wes Anderson (Fantastic Mr Fox) and Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer) were in talks with Sony Pictures to direct the studio's "Spider-Man" reboot.
|Jamie Bell is the New "Spider-Man"?|
June 7th, 2010
It was recently reported that the casting of Peter Parker in the upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot has come down to five actors; Jamie Bell (Defiance), Alden Ehrenreich (Tetro), Frank Dillane (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince), Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) and Josh Hutcherson (Bridge to Terabithia).
|Sony Promises "Spider-Man" Reboot will be Different|
April 29th, 2010
Columbia Pictures president Matt Tolmach spoke to THR about the upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot, stating that the studio has to focus on great storytelling and not rely too much on the various digital techniques that are at their disposal.
|"Spider-Man" Reboot to be in 3D|
February 11th, 2010
Chairman of Sony Pictures Jeff Blake has just revealed that the studio has scheduled the Marc Webb-directed "Spider-Man" reboot to hit theaters on July 3rd, 2012, which means that it will go head-to-head with the "Star Trek" sequel.
|James Cameron Doesn't Want "Spider-Man" Sloppy Seconds|
January 16th, 2010
MTV News caught up with director James Cameron to find out if Sony Pictures has contacted him about directing the "Spider-Man" reboot, considering that he had previously written a script for a Spidey movie and said that it's the only superhero character that he would ever want to bring to the big screen.
|Tobey Maguire on "Spider-Man 4" Delays|
January 8th, 2010
Even though Sony Pictures has already publicly talked about delaying "Spider-Man 4" and an internal email revealed that some of the crew has been encouraged to look for other work, Tobey Maguire revealed to LA Times that everyone is working hard to get back on track.
|"Spider-Man 4" to be Delayed by Several Months|
January 7th, 2010
Yesterday, Sony Pictures confirmed that it is struggling to make the May 6th, 2011 release for "Spider-Man 4," but will still try to do whatever is necessary to make it happen, since the weekend is a big money-maker.
|"Spider-Man 4" Producer Hints at Villain|
June 6th, 2009
NY Post chatted with producer Todd Black about the upcoming fourth "Spider-Man" movie, who confirmed that Kirsten Dunst is now on board, but her character has nothing to do with the rumored wedding plot.
|Venom in "Spider-Man 4"?|
May 6th, 2009
MTV News caught up with artist/writer Todd McFarlane to discuss the upcoming "Spider-Man 4" movie and whether Venom will make an appearance.
|"Spider-Man 4" to be in 3-D?|
April 23rd, 2009
Forbes magazine spoke to Sony Pictures Entertainment's co-chairmen Amy Pascal and Michael Lynton to find out whether they are considering making the fourth "Spider-Man" film in 3-D.
|Sam Raimi Gives "Spider-Man 4" Update|
March 16th, 2009
During the SXSW Film Festival, IGN had the chance to speak to direct Sam Raimi (Spider-Man), who revealed that he has yet to decide on the villain for "Spider-Man 4" but he has already made up his mind about the film's love interest.
|JK Simmons to Return for "Spider-Man 4"|
January 19th, 2009
JK Simmons (Juno, Spider-Man) spoke with MTV News to reveal that "Spider-Man 4" will begin shooting in 2010 and that he plans to reprise his role as Daily Bugle publisher J Jonah Jameson.
|Sam Raimi Wants to Helm "Spider-Man 4"|
June 6th, 2008
"Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi told Sci-Fi Wire that he's waiting on a script for a fourth installment from writer James Vanderbilt (Zodiac, The Rundown) before deciding whether to helm it, though he'd like to.
|Writer Talks "Spider-Man 4"|
February 3rd, 2008
Screenwriter James Vanderbilt (Zodiac) chatted with , giving listeners an update on his next project, "Spider-Man 4," which he is now onboard for.
|Sam Raimi Talks "Spider-Man 4"|
November 13th, 2007
Wizard got the chance to speak to director Sam Raimi about whether he will return to helm another "Spider-Man" installment, or would he rather pass on the torch.
|"Spider-Man 4" Update|
July 10th, 2007
At some point within the next two weeks, producer Laura Ziskin and Sony Pictures Entertainment execs will sit down together for the first time since "Spider-Man 3" opened May 4th to discuss the franchise's future.
|Marvel Confirms "Spider-Man 4"|
June 18th, 2007
RottenTomatoes spoke to Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige, who has stated that there will be a fourth installment in the "Spider-Man" franchise, but the details are still unknown.
|More "Spider-Man" Confirmed|
May 7th, 2007
Despite many rumors that certain stars might not return for another "Spider-Man" film, Sony Picture's chief executive Michael Lynton told BBC News that there will be more Spidey, no matter what.