The first two outings were some of the finest superhero movies of all time, faithfully recreating the excitement and wonder of the hero’s adventures on the page. And then we got Spider-Man 3. Yeah, remember Tobey Maguire’s emo Peter Parker? Needless to say, Sony chose not to produce a fourth film from Raimi and co. as they were afraid of another repeat and we instead got the aforementioned Amazing Spider-Man series.
Still, Spider-Man 4 made it pretty far into development. Raimi and Maguire were all ready to go and John Malkovich was set to play the fan-favorite villain the Vulture. Details weren’t plentiful, but in comparison to its predecessor, the project looked pretty promising. And while we