After the return of Tobey Maguire to Spiderman: No Way HomeMarvel fans have been clamoring for Sony Pictures to give Sam Raimi a chance to revive his vision. Spiderman 4which was canceled in 2010. During the upcoming press tour Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of MadnessRaimi finally spoke about his rejected ideas for the fourth part of Tobey Maguire.
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In a recent interview with rolling stonethe acclaimed director confirmed that Kraven the Hunter’s performance was one of his biggest Spiderman 4 plans due to his desire to see the fan-favorite villain fighting the main character on the big screen. Besides Kraven, Raimi also revealed that the old rumor that Bruce Campbell would become Mysterio was definitely one of the possibilities they planned to explore.
“That was one of the possibilities,” Raimi said. “We had other things in mind, but this was one of them. And I missed Kraven the Hunter. We were going to include this character in the next Spiderman; I’ve always wanted to see Kraven fight Spider-Man on the big screen. I thought it would be really unique. He is an unsurpassed hunter, and Spider-Man is the most agile sky trickster. And I wanted Peter to keep moving forward as a person.»
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Almost 15 years since Spiderman 3Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi are back in the Marvel Universe, and Maguire has appeared in the highly anticipated blockbuster. Spiderman: No Way Home, which has earned over $1.8 billion worldwide. Meanwhile, Raimi steps back behind the camera to film Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen in the highly anticipated superhero sequel. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.