Marc Webb Confirmed to Direct THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 3; Sony Plans to Release a SPIDER-MAN Film Every Year

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Sony Pictures is making big plans for its Spider-Man franchise and beyond.  When the studio announced plans to move forward with a Venom spinoff and a Sinister Six film in addition to further adventures in the proper Spider-Man series, it became clear that the studio was keen on building its own mini-universe not unlike Marvel’s interconnected franchises.  Now it appears that the plan involves releasing a new Spider-Man film every year for the foreseeable future.  That begins with 2016’s The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which the studio has now confirmed that Marc Webb will indeed be returning to direct.  Hit the jump for more.

amazing-spider-man-3-marc-webbIn a report in Variety on how Sony has been slower to develop franchises than other studios (not for lack of trying), the studio confirms that Marc Webb will indeed return to take the helm of The Amazing Spider-Man 3, completing his trilogy of Spider-Man films just as Sam Raimi did with the initial iteration of the franchise.  While Webb is currently putting the finishing touches on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in anticipation of the film’s May release date, the studio has already been hard at work prepping Spider-Man 3 by hiring Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, and Jeff Pinkner to pen the screenplay last year.  The plan is to begin production on The Amazing Spider-Man 3 this fall in anticipation of its May 2016 release date, and the studio has already dated The Amazing Spider-Man 4 for May 2018.

Additionally, Sony apparently has a game plan that involves releasing a new Spider-Man film every year, per studio co-chairman Amy Pascal.  Unless the aforementioned Venom or The Sinister Six somehow move into production within the next few months, that plan will likely kick off with Spider-Man 3.  Kurtzman is onboard to direct Venom while Drew Goddard is writing and directing The Sinister Six, so one of those two films will almost certainly hit theaters in 2017 to fill in the gap between Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man 4.  Since Goddard is currently busy directing a Daredevil series for Netflix and Marvel, the safe bet is on Venom to be the first out of the gate.

amazing-spider-man-2-jamie-foxx-andrew-garfieldThe big question with releasing a new Spider-Man film every year, though, is whether audiences will become fatigued.  Marvel can get away with releasing two new movies a year because they have separate franchises with separate characters and wildly different tones; Thor and Captain America are worlds apart from each other, literally.  Sony, however, only holds the rights to all of the characters within the Spider-Man series, which means all of its films occupy a much smaller and singular universe.  Will audiences be itching to get a yearly fix of Spider-Man?  I’m not so sure, but I guess we’ll find out soon enough.

What’s also unclear is how the franchise actors fit into this equation.  When initially signing on to big franchises, most actors sign a contract that includes options for two sequels, which means they’re contractually obligated to appear in Franchise Movie 2 and Franchise Movie 3.  Andrew Garfield has already hinted that he may want to move on after fulfilling his obligation with The Amazing Spider-Man 3, so it’ll be interesting to see how the franchise would move forward should he depart—but we’re getting ahead of ourselves.  With the litany of villains promised to appear in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, we’ll likely have a better idea of what this expanded Spider-Man universe might look like once the film opens in theaters on May 2nd.

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  • Daniel Ronczkowski

    I am not excited at all for the next spider man movie. Zzzzz….

  • Armond White is my master now

    Why not releasing a Spider-Man film every fucking weekend, Sony? Seriously, Hollywood doesn’t even try…

    • Doug_101

      This.

    • Frank

      Why are we lumping Hollywood in this, it’s Sony’s lame brain decision do you see Disney saying let’s have a Marvel movie every year.

      • hockablah

        actually yes, i do see Disney saying “let’s have a Marvel movie every year”. in fact, i believe they said “let’s do TWO a year.”

      • Frank

        At least they have enough characters to back it up. I’m saying it’s Sony’s lame brain decision to base a series of movies around one universe occupied by one hero and not several like Disney.

  • ItsNotaSchooner

    I wonder if you could get away with the non-Spidey movies (Venom, Sinister 6, etc) by having Spidey appear just as Spider-man, and have Garfield simply do voice work, since he, theoretically, wouldn’t be the main character in those films. Just a thought.

    • JBug

      Not bad…

    • Batt Damon

      I like this idea. That way we’ll finally get a Spider-Man movie where he doesn’t take his mask off every 5 minutes.

  • MikeOD

    I feel exhausted just reading this,

    • axalon

      You’re so exhausted you didn’t even finish your sentence.

      What are you doing to us, Sony!?

      • MikeOD

        The words blood, out and stone come readily to mind.

  • axalon

    Wow…

  • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

    marvel should retake spidey rights before sony effectively kills the character.

  • Person

    Marc Webb Confirmed to Destroy The Amazing Spider-Man; Sony Plans to Release a Turd Every Year.

    • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

      yeah, who would say, a sony executive is more likely to destroy spiderman rather than any of his known enemies…

      • Person

        Out only hope is that the over-saturation of Spidey movies eventually leads to lower box office returns (which, thanks to the international BO and 3D/IMAX, will probably never happen), and Marvel is able to buy back the rights relatively cheap. Then hopefully they don’t waste an entire three years and $200+ million on another origin story, maybe tell it during the opening credits or something, and get right into a good, solid Spidey story while setting up a possible appearance in the Avengers 4 or 5 or whatever they’ll be on by that point.

        Or Sony keeps the rights and does a couple trilogies every decade, each with their own origin story and each getting progressively whinier, asinine, and terrible.

        This story is just depressing.

      • Person

        Out only hope is that the over-saturation of Spidey movies eventually leads to lower box office returns (which, thanks to the international BO and 3D/IMAX, will probably never happen), and Marvel is able to buy back the rights relatively cheap. Then hopefully they don’t waste an entire three years and $200+ million on another origin story, maybe tell it during the opening credits or something, and get right into a good, solid Spidey story while setting up a possible appearance in the Avengers 4 or 5 or whatever they’ll be on by that point.

        Or Sony keeps the rights and does a couple trilogies every decade, each with their own origin story and each getting progressively whinier, asinine, and terrible.

        This story is just depressing.

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  • João Paulo

    I like the new franchise, but I think spider man every year is a little bit hard to think.

  • John Wojciechowski

    YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES. Also, YES.

    • doc

      Are you having an orgasm?

  • Davis

    They’re looking to ‘Batman & Robin’ spiderman

    • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

      spider nipples, yeah…

      • Frank

        Well it would fit in with what Andrew Garfield wants.

  • bork1138

    im already sick of this new take on spiderman, let alone being assaulted with it on a yearly basis

    • Frank

      Well then people should have made sure the last one was a bomb.

      • Truth Powell

        lol the people don’t care. The American movie watching public at large just wants a way to waste a couple hours. Concerned with cinematic quality they are not.

      • Frank

        Then if that is true then you really have nothing to bitch about and the situation is not in your control.

      • Truth Powell

        ….but that’s what humans do?

      • Frank

        Not go see the movie for god’s sakes, make sure it doesn’t get your money.

      • doc

        I did not hit her, I did NOT, oh hi Loki.

      • Frank

        Oh hai Doc

  • X-Fan

    Dear Sony,

    Stop.

    Sincerely,

    Everyone

    • Frank

      DEAR FANS
      NYAAH NYAAH BOO BOO OUR MOVIE MADE A LOT OF MONEY! GOOD LUCK ON US STOPPING THE GRAVY TRAIN YOU SCHMUCK DO YOU REALLY THING WE WOULD KILL THIS CASH COW.
      Sincerely Sony.

      • Mezmero

        LMAO FRANK YOUR COOL POINTS ARE RISING! I DON’T THINK THEY GET IT’S BUSINESS.

      • YodaRocks

        Well, this guy does speak the truth.

      • Frank

        Sorry to say, but if the reboot didn’t make money, we wouldn’t have this.

  • Truth Powell

    Andrew Garfield as Spiderman is unpleasant and boring. Whoever is in charge of the Marvel franchises at Sony needs to be fired.

    • GunzOfNavarone

      You spelt Tobey Maguire wrong.

      • Frank

        Ha ha really funny, it doesn’t quite work that way.

      • Truth Powell

        uh no I didn’t. So are you a comedian or schitzo?(rimshot sound)
        The original Spiderman with Tobey Magwire and Willem Dafoe felt like a 1960′s Spiderman comic. It was the best version. Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker isn’t a sympathetic character.

      • The Flobbit

        Tobey Maguire was the perfect Spider-Man. Absolutely brilliant, matching Peter Parker’s timidity and brains with a moral centre. Sam Raimi’s first two films will never be beat.

      • The Flobbit

        Tobey Maguire was the perfect Spider-Man. Absolutely brilliant, matching Peter Parker’s timidity and brains with a moral centre. Sam Raimi’s first two films will never be beat.

      • hellocello

        no yer not funny and u are just commenting cuz u want people to notice u

      • hellocello

        no yer not funny and u are just commenting cuz u want people to notice u

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  • Guest

    MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD FOR MARY JANE WATSON PLZ

    • Steven

      YES YES YES.

      But they’ll probably cast Sharon Stone.

      • Batt Damon

        I bet they’ll cast Donald Glover

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  • Doug_101

    I could see this working in the X-Men universe because there are about 264 different X-Teams, but Sony, this is not a good idea when you have one hero and all villains. Face it, while Spider-Man is Marvel’s most popular and recognizable character, as far as launching “franchise worlds,” you got the shit end of the stick. Really looking forward to that solo Aunt May flick, though.

  • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

    come on marvel, just buy back spiderman rights from this idiots at sony so you can do proper use of the character. (avengers and spiderman team up. nuff said)

    • TJW

      I love how you make it sound like Marvel can pick up the phone, call Sony and say “okay, we’re buying your property now” and hang up the phone with the rights in hand.

      • nom79

        It is there Intellectual Property to begin with. Just sucks that they have ink on paper which holds ol’ Spidey captive.

      • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

        ok, marvel is one thing, but i think you’re underestimating the power of disney, which is behind marvel on film, and those guys at disney have demonstrated over and over again that they can pretty much get whatever they want…

      • Strong Enough

        the power of the contract. not even disney is above that

      • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

        and contracts are meant to be revoked if necessary

      • Strong Enough

        Sony has the rights to the character fair and square. there is nothing marvel can do. get over it. Sony can sue for millions if marvel even tries anything with spider man

      • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

        hey, dude, you’re taking my comment on a whole different route, who’s even talking about marvel/disney doing something that deserves a lawsuit? I’m talking about having enough money in the wallet to make a deal that allows marvel/disney get spiderman back to their ranks. by the way, read about contracts and learn how they work, it’s not like they’re legally unbreakable or something.

      • Strong Enough

        The amount of money Disney would offer Sony for Spider man will never amount to the sum of money Sony will collect from pumping out Spider Man movies for eternity. It’s insane to think Sony will give back one of the most popular characters in comics for a couple hundred million. when those movies do that kind of money worldwide. You are literally the only person in the world who doesn’t get this.

        Sony MIGHT do something like a cross universe thing so spidey goes in MCU but no way in hell would they ever give the web slinger up

      • Colonel_Neville_Wraithchild

        well, business is business at the end of the day, and sony may be making a lot of money right now with spiderman movies, but it doesn’t matter if there’s at least 3 or 4 more films sony can squeeze out of that universe, when that cow dries they will inevitably will consider rebooting the franchise once again, or maybe the cross universe you’re talking about or the option of selling back, the latter being more viable since marvel wouldn’t share profits with another studio they don’t actually need. let’s face it, marvel has a wider universe of characters right now and they can do a LOT more with spiderman than sony could do each year, so mathematically speaking, whatever the price tag on spiderman right now, marvel/disney could cover it and, considering the vast array of options that marvel’s universe offers, they would make that money back in no time.

      • Strong Enough

        The amount of money Sony will get for rebooting Spider man every few years is priceless. The studio will never give it away. that is there cash cow right now. Spider man will never flop because new generations will grow up and want to see him on the screen. You are thinking about how long can Sony keep this up. And i’m betting you their answer is “forever”. You know how stupid it would be to give away a sure hit in the film INDUSTRY? you know how many ways you can flip spider man? how many universes and such can happen? After andrew they can do miles morales then go to back to peter again then do another universe, cross universe with marvel. the list goes on and on.

      • TJW

        The point: it takes two to tango.
        Sony is obviously hellbent on making at least another 5 movies out of this universe. Meaning… they aren’t going to sell to Disney now.

      • TJW

        The point: it takes two to tango.
        Sony is obviously hellbent on making at least another 5 movies out of this universe. Meaning… they aren’t going to sell to Disney now.

      • Dan

        They could just use spider-woman(girl?). I think Marvel still owns the movie rights to that. Make her the primary spider-person and ignore spider-man. Marvel would do the character well while Spider-Man tanks and Spider-Woman would become the better known character.

      • TJW

        I don’t know. Let’s see them make a movie with the lead character not being a white male first.

      • doc

        Then we can have another Catwoman or Elektra. Great idea. Oh yeah, remember the unaired Wonder Woman pilot? Or how about the rebooted Bionic Woman?

      • TJW

        Or, you can make a female-led blockbuster like The Hunger Games or Gravity and make bank. It depends on how well you make the movie. You do realize Kevin Feige was a producer behind such travesties as Daredevil, Elektra and Blade 3? Look what he’s doing now.

      • doc

        Then we can have another Catwoman or Elektra. Great idea. Oh yeah, remember the unaired Wonder Woman pilot? Or how about the rebooted Bionic Woman?

  • kps

    Make it stop.

    • Frank

      Sony wishes it could but you didn’t make the first one flop badly enough for that to happen.

  • Mclovin

    Great idea, to fill the gaps between “Amazing” years, how about we get the old Tobey-Raimi-Franco-Dunst bandwagon back together? I’m down for some more emo dancing.

    • The Flobbit

      They could do an older Spider-Man, identity crisis thing…I’m sure that’s been done somewhere in the comics.

      • Batt Damon

        I’d love for Raimi to give his Spidey universe a proper send-off, free from Sony’s interference.

      • doc

        Bring on the singing and dancing of Spiderman 3!!!! Maybe Ash can stop by and tap dance while James Franco battles some Mila Kunises.

      • Batt Damon

        I’d love for Raimi to give his Spidey universe a proper send-off, free from Sony’s interference.

    • The Flobbit

      They could do an older Spider-Man, identity crisis thing…I’m sure that’s been done somewhere in the comics.

    • Batt Damon

      Maybe they can kill of Peter after Garfield’s contract runs out, introduce Miles as the new Spider-Man and have a big Spider-Men cross-over incorporating the current Spidey universe with the Raimi-verse. They’re looking for a big Avengers style crossover and this is one I’d actually watch.

  • Drake

    And then we could take liquid Spider-Man, and inject it into our butts…
    But I did like the first TASM movie though. Hope the sequel’s good.

  • Jones

    TASM prequel, with Peter and Harry as kids?

  • cezar211091 .

    every year?wtf,man.this decade hollywood has reached its pinnacle of greed

    • Frank

      Not really Hollywood more like Sony has, now it doesn’t have Raimi around it can do whatever it jolly well wants to with the name and the franchise. How’s it going Bickle is the Taxi Driving service dong you good.

      • cezar211091 .

        very good…i haven’t shot anyone since 1976

      • cezar211091 .

        i think you’re right,sony may be the worst

      • Frank

        Total Recall remake, Robocop remake to a lesser extent as I’m not too angry about it as everyone else.

      • cezar211091 .

        yeah.anyway,i like the new robocop,its a good movie

      • doc

        Maybe he can make 2 more good Spiderman movies, then Sony pisses him off again and we can get Spiderman on Broadway…oh wait, that did happen.

      • Frank

        In retrospect dancing emo Peter is looking better every day.

  • Mike

    Please let’s not spend our money on this movie or any of its demon offspring. Just don’t see it in theaters, don’t buy anything that has co marketing with it, and tell everyone you know not to see it. We have to use our wallets to show Sony they a re ruining the character.

    • Frank

      This will probably won’t work since Spider-Man is kind of franchise character that millions go see and parents take their kids to these movies.

  • yrulaughing

    perhaps Sony will change their plans, make a deal with Marvel and let Spidey join the Avengers if/when ASM 2 is poorly received by critics and audiences

    • hueyhueyhuey

      lol ‘if/when’ … try just saying when. There is no if.

  • TigerFIST

    I actually like this idea. So at the earliest the Sony Spiderman franchises will be complete 2019. Spiderman 3 2016, Venom or SS possibly 2017, Amazing Spiderman 4 2018, and Venom or SS in 2019. Now if these all make a shit ton of money of course Sony will make more. Who knows. But if they’re just ok the rights have a slim chance of going back to Marvel/Disney (still a slim chance). Now we all know an Avengers 3 is coming and that at the absolute earliest I bet will be 2018. So after that Marvel/Disney will release more stand alone films and that will end the intro to the avengers with three films (Remember Kevin Fiege did say he has plans all the way to 2021). So if you look at Marvel XD Disney channel for the Ultimate Spiderman, spiderman is of course much much younger than the Avengers. If Marvel/Disney gets the rights back maybe 2020-2021 another rebooted spiderman can fit within the same shared Marvel/Disney Cinematic Universe. Peter Parker and get his powers again in highshool and have the established Avengers (remember 3 Avengers films at this point) to look up to as role models. If Agent Coulson is still alive he or Nick Fury can try to recruit Spiderman telling him to look to the Avengers for aspiration. Just like in the Disney cartoon Coulson becomes principal of the highshool to keep tabs on Peter Paker. They don’t have to go that route but they could. This would explain why Spiderman wasn’t in New York helping fight off the alien invasion. Because he was still possibly in elementary of Jr. High at the time. So then give Spiderman more standalone films and maybe he can join the avengers in Avengers movie 5 or 6. Am I crazy. I think it’s a good idea. What do you think?

    • yrulaughing

      it’s a neat idea, though something audiences really want to see is a snarky battle of wits between Peter Parker and RDJ’s Tony Stark, which would be unlikely to happen since Avengers 3 in 2018 will likely be RDJ’s last appearance as Stark

  • cineast4

    Looks like what Spielberg was talking about is becoming a reality fast. Studios are throwing every trademarked franchise at the wall and will bleed anything that sticks, dry. Its got absolutely nothing to do with making movies anymore, not that it ever did much.

    • Nomis1700

      Marvel started it with their MCU. Releasing two movies a year is something and they don’t get above decent and stellar quality, I don’t think that’ll be enough for the foreseeable future.

  • derek

    wake me up when its over please

    • Strong Enough

      go to sleep

    • Brook

      You’re gonna need a warehouse full of Ambien, my good chum.

      • derek

        my special power is that i sleep 24 hours a day. They call me “Ambien man’

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  • grapes9h5

    In other suicide inducing news….

  • Steven

    Every piece of news related to this franchise makes me lose the will to live.

    I wish we were still back in Spiderman 3 land.

  • K

    The first one sucked balls and they’re going to destroy the Spider-Man brand. Just wait and see. There is no way in hell this will last more than two or three films. It’s simply not sustainable. The actors and crew would be worn out / pissed off at missed oportunities. Also, once one of the films flop the suits will sweat like the pigs that they are. Awful studio move once again. Thanks Sony, your suits are even bigger schmucks than the ones at Warner Bros.

  • Colin Christian

    Meh.And just think,we have a non Marvel Fantastic Four to look forward to as well.My two favorite books as a kid are slowly but surely getting trashed beyond repair.

    • Mezmero

      Sorry,but the first FF sucked major ass. The only thing good about it was Jess Alba and the fact C.Evans is Cap now. This new one will be less camp and I’m sure will have better action.
      I just hope your not mad Jhonny Storm is black because that’s saying you were mad Sue wasn’t white because Alba isn’t even with a blonde wig.

      • hockablah

        please, Alba was one of the worst among them all. Evans was the only actor worth watching. and Alba looked like absolutely shit as a blonde.

    • Strong Enough

      Tim Story’s FF trashed your favorite books years ago

    • ʝoe ßloggs

      A non Marvel Fantastic Four is NOTHING to look forward to.
      Especially after seeing the new cast.

  • Mezmero

    I know everybody is mad but people still watch these movies. SpiderMan is one of the most popular Mavel characters of all time fuck a top 5 he is top 3! So when a small group is sick of him the masses out weigh that personal opinion. He is still the favorite and Sony made too much money off him to shut it down,isn’t that what you wanted for it to come full circle? Now that the time is here you say stop so it can reboot again? Sorry but as a fan of the character
    I say no to you! I was pissed they had to reboot it already now they finally have plan and you shit on it SMFH! Do you want them to put the Broadway version on film? Now that one you can talk shit about.

  • bamb0ostick

    The Marc Webb version of Spider-man has been one of the biggest disputes I have with my friend, who is a big comic book fan. I hate this new reboot of Spider-Man, he thinks this is the most accurate and best iteration of the superhero. I kept arguing the fact that how fast Sony rebooted this franchise and already wanting sequels down the line is a sign they just want to milk this cash-cow. My friend disagrees and says that all movies are technically cash-ins, since no company would make a movie without wanting to make money.

    Am I really in the minority of people not liking this new Andrew Garfield version of Spider-Man? The comments here seem to say otherwise.

    • ʝoe ßloggs

      I think the older ones generally don’t like this version of Spidey.

    • ʝoe ßloggs

      I think the older ones generally don’t like this version of Spidey.

  • hockablah

    so we’re probably going to also get a Black Cat movie as she and Venom are pretty much the only two Spider-man “villains” that become “heroes” at some point. yeah, i’m sure that’ll be as successful as the “Catwoman” movie with Halle Berry. and how is this Sinister Six movie going to work? is it going to be like “Reservoir Dogs” and they all just end up killing each other over who gets to rule?

    • hockablah

      whoops, I forgot about Morbius. they’ll probably try to squeeze a movie out of him too. maybe even a John Jameson movie about his time as an astronaut. yeah, those will all go over well.

      • hockablah

        oooh! oooh! and a Flash Thompson movie about his time as a soldier in the war in the middle east. yeah, that should help with this whole “one spider-man movie every year” stupidity.

  • Strong Enough

    Miles Morales

  • The Flobbit

    Why not call up Sam Raimi and tell him we’re sorry?

  • Joe M.

    I have no interest in any Spider-Man film directed by Marc Webb staring whoever the hell it is playing Spider Man. I miss Toby and Raimi’s Spiderman. They were MUCH better. But Toby is getting way too old. I wish they’d fire Webb and the current lame actor playing Spider Man and start from scratch (no origin story this time)

  • Thomas

    I would like to see a spiderman who is helping the avengers, or webbing all over the carrier and annoying hulk. And maybe, somewhere in the background, punisher doing his laundry.

    • doc

      The best Punisher movie by far. And I mean that without any irony.

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  • doc

    Look at Sony, trying to go the Marvel route…

  • doc

    Look at Sony, trying to go the Marvel route…

  • Agent777

    Marc Webb, the American David Yates (not a compliment)

    • ʝoe ßloggs

      I felt Yates did a decent job with Potter.

    • ʝoe ßloggs

      I felt Yates did a decent job with Potter.

  • ʝoe ßloggs

    “Sony Plans to Release a SPIDER-MAN Film Every Year”

    I wish they would just RELEASE Spider-Man. Like forever. To Marvel.

  • ʝoe ßloggs

    “Sony Plans to Release a SPIDER-MAN Film Every Year”

    I wish they would just RELEASE Spider-Man. Like forever. To Marvel.

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