As reported by Screen Rant, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 4 script was ready before the sequel was canceled by Sony Pictures.

Viewers have gone this far since watching a fourth episode of the Spider-Man franchise directed by Sam Raimi . As reported by Screen Rant, in fact, the script for Spider-Man 4 was already ready before the sequel was canceled by Sony Pictures.

James Vanderbilt, screenwriter of The Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2, revealed that the final script for Sam Raimi 's Spider-Man 4 was already ready and that the film was scheduled for distribution in 2011. The project, however, is been deleted from Sony Pictures. Vanderbilt said: "Yes, for Spider-Man 4 we had a complete script ready but Sony Pictures reached out to other great writers to improve it. They changed a few things, and about a year later the studio realized they wanted to go a different path . "

At that point, the negotiations led to Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire to abandon the project and Sony Picutres to prefer a reboot to a sequel. Finally, the lead role was entrusted to Andrew Garfield.

In the latest installation of Marvel Studios' Spider-Man saga (we talked about it in our Spider-Man: No Way Home review ), we witness the participation of superheroes played by Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. Obviously, this reunion prompted the nostalgia of fans to imagine the making of Spider-Man 4, directed by Sam Raimi and played by Maguire. What is true in these rumors that would confirm these hypotheses? Well, we just have to wait for any developments!

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