Fans would rather watch Spider-Man 4 than The Amazing Spider-Man 3

Since Spiderman: No way home Arriving back in December last year, fans have been demanding that each of the three Peter Parkers set to star in the multiversal extravaganza get a chance to continue their own story.

We know Tom Holland will be back for at least one more solo performance and second trilogy if Sony has its way, but the jury remains on the other two. There was a wave of support behind Andrew Garfields The Amazing Spider-Man 3something the actor admitted he wasn’t entirely opposed to, but his planned sabbatical from the screen has thwarted him for the time being.

On the other hand, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Director Sam Raimi has stated on more than one occasion that he would love to revive his abandoned ones Spiderman 4but only if circumstances made it worth both his and Tobey Maguire’s time.

As you can see from the reactions below, after asking the question to the Spidey fandom at large, Raimi’s fourth web-slinging blockbuster seems to be the preferred candidate at this point.

Realistically, we could have both The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and Spiderman 4, or neither. However, Sony’s handling of its comic book properties has raised many eyebrows disease ranked with Bad Bunny’s as one of the lowest-rated Marvel adaptations of all time El Muerto Giving a solo film to a character who’s only appeared in two issues so far, so it’s all up in the air for now.

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Brian Lowry

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