James Franco Ponders a "Spider-Man 4"

by | September 21, 2006 | Comments

While out on the road promoting his newest flick, "Flyboys," James Franco heard what’s probably a fairly common query: What’s up with "Spider-Man 4"? And, as usual, the actor kinda waffled both ways while saying nothing at all.

From The Boston Herald: "Franco has finished filming "Spider-Man 3" (scheduled for May), but is coy about appearing in a fourth in the popular franchise. "I don’t know," he said, then laughed. "Tobey (Maguire), Kirsten (Dunst) and I all signed on for three movies, so this is the third one. I don’t know how everyone feels about another one."

How would he feel if director Sam Raimi wasn’t involved in a sequel? "Sam is the best. You look at a lot of comic book films, and there are some that are good. I like the "X-Men" franchise. But a lot of them don’t work – and Sam’s work. I don’t know. It would have to depend on who it was, but I don’t know if I’d trust just anybody."

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