Spider-Man 4

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If you haven’t seen the blood-tastic trailer for the upcoming Starz original series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, you need to do so. In fact, you can do it right here.

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This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we take a look at an Arrested Development, Comic-Con 2009 and 2010, and complete several hours of court-ordered community service.

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While Spider-Man 4 is still waiting for director Sam Raimi to be ready for action, it’s web-slinging star is moving on to something a little bit more indie — a black comedy called The Details.

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Why is he mugging that Number 4?

Spoiler alert: If you haven’t seen a movie that came out a decade ago, don’t read the above headline. Thanks. In other news, what could Sam Raimi be thinking with this one?

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Come for the Spider-Man 4 news and stay for the shot of Megan Fox in leather. You know you love it here in the Early Edition.

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Marvel Studios

Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have announced new release dates for their upcoming projects, culminating with The Avengers in 2012.

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Spider-Man 4 Set Pic

J. K. Simmons is definitely back. Now let’s see if Sam Raimi can get all the other puzzle pieces in place for their proposed start date next year.

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Spider-Man 4 Signs a Pulitzer Winning Writer

Not even alliteration could save Spider-Man 3, but could a Pulitzer Prize winner swing in and save the day for the Spider-Man franchise? Columbia Pictures thinks so.

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Five Ways to Save Spider-Man 4 and 5

I know we don’t like thinking about Spider-Man much these days. That third movie truly put a bitter taste in everyone’s mouth. But with that in mind, I think we need to look at some things that could be positive about Spider-Man sequels.

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Toby Maguire in Spiderman 3

Tobey Maguire will be donning the red, blue, and black suit once again as Spider-Man, except this time, there’s a catch. Spider-Man 4 and 5 will reportedly be shot back-to-back and because of a potentially grueling schedule, Tobey got a clause worked in to benefit being a father.

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If you do by chance wanna burn through all your heard-earned Clevelands, eBay is offering a pretty amazing chance to do so. A chance that could include a walk-on roll on Spider-Man 4.

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Sequels

Sequels are an inevitability for two reasons… greed and a dearth of creativity. It’s a challenge to find a necessary sequel amongst all the crap, or even one that carries the original story to new and exciting places.

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Spider-Man 4 coming May 2011

May 2011, according to producer Laura Ziskin via The LA Times Blog, is the tentative date for the fourth installment in one of the most successful franchises in history.

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Sam Raimi may direct more Spider-man

Sam “I used to be the Man until I directed the toilet bowl of a film called Spider-Man 3″ recently talked about the future of the Spidey series. Click in to see what he said.

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Spider-Man casting

Spider-Man producers Laura Ziskin and Grant Curtis are currently in the process of looking over photos of young boys to fill the tight suit of the arachnid-like hero in the upcoming fourth and fifth installments.

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Spider-man 4 and 5

As if we were actually anxious to find out what happens to Peter Parker, Erik Davis over at Cinematical got the inside scoop that the next two Spider-man sequels could be shot simultaneously.

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If Peter Jackson was to produce The Hobbit, instead of direct it, then Sam Raimi wanted a chance at the director’s chair.

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Is Sam Raimi going to direct the next installment of the Spider-Man film series? That depends on whether the story is good enough to make his ol’ Spidey sense tingle. Raimi told our friends over at Collider that he would be in, if the story was right and the rest of the pieces fell into place just right. Well Sam, we’ve got a few ideas as to what Spidey 4 should be like…

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