Everyone wants to give Raimi a free pass on Spider-Man 3 being one of the worst comic book movies ever. But should we?
As if fans needed a reason to hate Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man 3" even more, see what Sam Raimi's more comic-accurate black costume suit for old Spidey would've looked like.
This film has tricked everyone into thinking it has a plot.
The trailer for SM3 made it look like a great superhero drama. Sadly that's not true.
Spider-Man 3 is one of the most controversial comic book movies of all time. Here I revisit it, I've defended the film a lot in the past, has watching it now made me change my stance? Come check out my in-depth review.
Spider-Man 3 was a successful box office film, but critically and from fan opinions it is the worst, but I'm going to look at what it should of been and what could of been of this movie that died!
At the time, Spider-Man 3 was one of the most hotly anticipated comic book movies... after it hit theaters it became one of the most hated comic book movies.
We all know Spider-Man 3 was....bad, but could it have been saved?
Ultimate Spider-man creator, Brian Bendis, tweets something that could lead to the possibility of Sony going the ultimate route with Spidey 2012. Check it Out!
Check out this video of Stan the Man Lee, giving his thoughts on the Spidey Reboot!
In an interview with Ain't It Cool News Sam Raimi has revealed new information about the process of making Spider-Man 4 as well as the future of the franchise!
According to two sources, the next Spider-Man movie is taking shape, and most of the principals are onboard.
Comic book artist/writer and action figure maker, Todd McFarlane, who is one of the creators of the Marvel villain Venom, doesn't think a Venom movie will do well. Get his take after the jump.
We reported about a potential Venom movie during the Spider-Man 3 release, and now it looks like it will indeed happen...
Attention potential Broadway stars! An open casting call is going out for a Peter Parker and Mary Jane for the Spider-Man Musical.
Three weeks before the first showing, Batman The Dark Knight showtimes are selling out above and beyond record holder Spider-Man 3
Sony/Columbia pictures has announced to the LA Times that Spider-Man's 4th theatrical appearance will be in May 2011.
A short quote that SuperheroHype got from Spidey director Sam Raimi "sounds" like he is, but then again...
Sony has been emailing around to officially deny yesterday's rumor that Spider-Man 4 will have a new actor in the lead role...
Rumors abound since the news last week that Sony/Columbia may shoot Spider-Man 4 and 5 simultaneously. The latest one from Latino Review is that Patrick Fugit and Michael Angarano are at the top of the list to take over in the role of Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man in the 4th movie...
More tidbits are coming out from that exhaustive Peter Cuneo interview, including the news that Sony has renewed their rights to Spider-Man, and a "most-likely" release date for Spider-Man 4.
Cinematical spys are reporting that screen writer James Vanderbilt has turned in a script that would require both Spidey 4 and 5 to be filmed together!
Marvel comics released a pic yesterday of the newest relative of Venom. Early speculation about the next villain in the Spidey franchise includes "Anti-Venom".
Is it likely? He was in all three of the previous Spider-Man movies in some form or another...
The buzz about Iron Man is getting bigger and bigger as the movie draws nigh (that means "closer"). What are it's chances to beat out Spider-Man as the all time greatest super hero movie? We want YOU'RE input!