"Spider-Man" Will Go On Without Tobey Maguire

by | March 9, 2007 | Comments

They’re not even done constructing all the "Spider-Man 3" footage into an actual movie yet, but that won’t stop the astute movie-geek interviewers from asking Avi Arad about if and when we can expect a "Spider-Man 4."

Just a few days ago Tobey Maguire claimed that he was pretty much done with the "Spider-Man" series, but producer Avi Arad doesn’t seem to feel that way. Here’s what he told IGN Movies: "No, never conclusions. This story has been going on a long time and it will continue going. There’s some issues that will come not to an end but to a conclusion, but Peter Parker’s story will continue forward. He’s still young. The love story will always be the ruling thing in his life. It’s always about the girl so, no, it’s just number three."

And when asked about reports that David Koepp would be returning to the series for "Part 4," the canny producer didn’t deny anything, but simply stated that it’s a bit too early to be discussing these things.

"Spider-Man 3" opens on May 4th.

Source: IGN Movies

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