The Amazing Spider-Man 3
|The Amazing Spider-Man 3|
|Directed by||Marc Webb|
|Screenplay by||Alex Kurtzman|
|Based on||The Amazing Spider-Man 2|
by Marc Webb
|Music by||Danny Elfman|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
The Amazing Spider-Man 3 is a non-produced screenplay film to be released in 2018 and scheduled for release in June 2018, and was previously expected to released on an unspecified date in 2018.
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Sony had originally intended the film to launch an expansive film universe around Spider-Man to compete with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In 2013, Sony announced a third Amazing Spider-Man film with a release date of June 10, 2016, which Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner would return to write, and a fourth film with a release date of May 4, 2018. Additionally, the series was to include spin-off films featuring the Sinister Six and Venom, with Drew Goddard writing and directing Sinister Six and Kurtzman directing a Venom script co-written by himself, Orci, and Ed Solomon. Sinister Six had been planned for a November 11, 2016 release. Additionally, by August 2014, Sony had hired Lisa Joy Nolan to write the script for a 2017 film starring a Marvel superheroine. In addition, Sony revealed plans for a spin-off based on Spider-Man 2099.
However, between December 2013 and the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in May 2014, Garfield and Webb revealed that while they would both return for the third film, neither was certain of their involvement in the fourth, with Webb adding he would certainly not be directing. Following the mixed critical reviews and franchise-low box office performance of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the future of the franchise was unclear. By July 2014, Orci had left the third film to work on Star Trek Beyond, The Amazing Spider-Man 3, which would have included Chris Cooper returning as Norman Osborn and focused on Peter recovering from Gwen's death, was delayed to an unspecified date in 2018, and The Amazing Spider-Man 4 was moved to a later, unknown date.
Following the 2014 Sony Pictures Entertainment hack, Sony was revealed to have been in talks to have Sam Raimi return to the franchise to direct a new trilogy for the character and was in discussion with Marvel Studios about including Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Captain America: Civil War. Marvel reportedly was unhappy with some of the terms of the proposed arrangement, including the film rights staying with Sony, and both talks allegedly ceased. A deal between studios that allows Spider-Man to be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was reached. By March 2016, Sony was moving forward with the standalone Venom film with Dante Harper writing the script and Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach producing; it will not be related to the Spider-Man film franchise and the MCU's Spider-Man.
Release[edit | edit source]
The film was originally scheduled for June 10, 2016 issued, but July 23, 2014, in 2018 was pushed back to the unspecified date. But in September 2014, it was pushed back to June 2018, together with International Super Spy. Ultimately, it was cancelled.
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- "Sony Sets Release Dates for Third and Fourth 'Amazing Spider-Man' Films". The Hollywood Reporter. June 17, 2013.
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- Kit, Borys (January 6, 2014). "Forget Franchises: Why 2014 Will Be Hollywood's Year of the 'Shared Universe'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 12, 2014.
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- McNary, Drew (July 23, 2014). "Sony Pushes Back 'Spider-Man 3' to 2018, Dates 'Sinister Six' for 2016". Variety. Retrieved July 23, 2014.
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- Vilkomerson, Sara (May 8, 2014). "'Amazing Spider-Man 2' director Marc Webb on Gwen Stacy's fate in sequel: 'There's a cost to being a hero'". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved May 8, 2014.
- Fritz, Ben. "Sony, Marvel Discussed Spider-Man Movie Crossover". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2014.
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- Kit, Borys (March 4, 2016). "'Spider-Man' Spinoff 'Venom' Revived at Sony (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved March 4, 2016.
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