With the talks about "" continue to intensify by minutes, the biggest debate outpouring is whether or not Sam Raimi, the director of "" first three movies, will return to do the fourth. Recently, the filmmaker comes out to confront the speculation stating that he hasn't made any decision about it.
To the reporters in Century City, California, on June 5, the 48-year-old admitted that he is still waiting to read the James Vanderbilt's script for "Spider-Man 4" insisting that though he is excited with the new superhero project, he won't quickly decide on returning to helm the fourth flick before he gets to see what to offer. "Right now James Vanderbilt is writing the script, and he's working on it, and I'm excited to read it," he explained. "I think it's going to be done in a few months. I'm hoping it's as great as our discussions were about it and hoping it feels right for me, because I love Spider-Man, and I'm hoping I'm well-enough rested to, like, really embrace it and hoping that Sony wants me at that time to direct it. So if all those things come together, I would love, love to do it. But this is a lot of unknowns about the future."