Most people would agree Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies are superior to Marc Webb’s Spider-Man movies. The question then becomes, “Why?” Well, we found a video that does a very good job of explaining “Why?”
Before Andrew Garfield and before Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi were going to make a fourth Spider-Man movie. For lots of rumored reasons, it never happened. Work on the film did take place, though—and now some awesome storyboards have hit the internet.
Tobey Maguire had three outings as Peter Parker / Spider-Man under Sam Raimi, and that torch has since been passed along to Andrew Garfield and now Tom Holland. Earlier this week, Maguire passed along his praise in an entertaining way.
The recent Sony hack has given some insight into just how unsure Sony is about its Spider-Man franchise, but whatever happens next, here's hoping they know how to show Peter Parker and Spider-Man on the big screen.
Gerard Butler is set to team up with Antoine Fuqua to star in Afterburn, a movie based on a comic book about treasure-hunters who plunder the Eastern Hemisphere after solar flares turn it into a hellhole full of monsters.
Did you know that Tobey Maguire does Spider-Man appearances at kids' parties, just for kicks? But now that his time as big-screen Spidey has ended, will this stop the star from birthday cameos and superpowered balloon-animal crafting?
Not only is Spider-Man director Sam Raimi back in the web-slinging biz for both Spider-Man 4 and 5, but he's bringing his original Peter Parker, Tobey Maguire, back with him, according to insider blogger Nikki Finke. But has Raimi learned his lessons from Spider-Man 3? Early signs point to yes.Nikki Finke reported…
Tobey Maguire will get one more shot to apologize for emo Spidey. The online rumors that Sony was planning to scrap Tobey as Spider-Man, in favor of new teen sensation Patrick Fugit, have been proved wrong. In a statement to IESB, Sony/Columbia Pictures says, "No one is being considered for the role but Tobey.…
Try as hard as I might, I just can't avoid wanting to say "The Force is strong with Red5 Comics." The upstart comic publisher - less than a year old, and formed from connections made in Star Wars fandom - has just had their first taste of stardom with the news that Tobey Maguire's production company has plans to make…