Latest report concerning the future installment of 'Spider-Man' franchise suggested that there is a possibility that the next two superhero films will be shot at the same time.
With the release of its first three feature films in the period of five years, franchise is garnering more and more success. Hence, it is obvious that the studio want to quickly jump on this superhero next movie project and the latest report coming from the action fantasy movie brings even greater news for the fans with a saying suggesting that "Spider-Man 4" and "Spider-Man 5" will be shot at the same time.
Bringing the speculation to the surface, Cinematical reported that "Zodiac" screenwriter James Vanderbilt hired to develop the latest installment of the spider-like superhero has brought in a working draft of the fourth movie and apparently it contains works for two movies. Quoting what their source informed to them, the movie site noted, "[Vanderbilt's] story arc has encompassed two films, making Spider-Man 5 shootable at the same time. The studio saw dollar signs and is in the process of reworking his deal to snatch up the story arc." Still, further details about the matter is still put in a dark.
The first three "Spider-Man" movies have teamed up director Sam Raimi with leading actors Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst and have been one of the most successful action hero movie franchise of all time with $2,496 million dollar revenue from the three movies worldwide sales. The returning of those three key people in the future installment of the Columbia Pictures' tidbit is still questionable though. Additionally, the fourth "Spider-Man" film is expected to come out sometime in 2009.