'Spider-Man' Reboot Will Come July 2012 in 3-D

February 11, 2010 03:58:41 GMT

'We're thrilled the filmmakers are presenting the next installment in 3-D,' said Sony's exec when announcing that the upcoming 'Spider-Man' film eyes July 3, 2012 release date.


'Spider-Man' Reboot Will Come July 2012 in 3-D
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Spider-Man will spin his web in 3-D theaters. On Wednesday, February 10, Sony announced that their upcoming film, untitled Spider-Man reboot, will get 3-D treatment. " 'Spider-Man' is the ultimate summer movie-going experience, and we're thrilled the filmmakers are presenting the next installment in 3-D," Jeff Blake, chairman of Sony Pictures worldwide marketing and distribution, said in the statement.

Additionally, Sony has set release date for this upcoming "Spider-Man" film, planning to let it hit U.S. theaters on July 3, 2012. "Spider-Man is one of the most popular characters in the world, and we know audiences are eager and excited to discover Marc's fantastic vision for Peter Parker and the franchise," Blake further stated about the movie.

"Spider-Man" reboot is planned to start shooting late this year with Marc Webb slated to serve behind the lens. James Vanderbilt will provide the script and the story will follow Spider-Man's alter ego Peter Parker during his high school age. No actor has been tapped to take the lead role, while "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief" actor Logan Lerman has previously expressed his interest to play the superhero character.

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posted by reckless peaches on Feb 11, 2010
Oh yeah, I forgot... they plan to re-do all of this in 2 years, with an even younger, fresher faced cast.
posted by reckless peaches on Feb 11, 2010
I heard they were shooting the sequel, prequel, remake, reboot and the original, all at the same time. 3 versions of each film: regular, digital and 3D. Also, a TV deal has been inked to turn each version into an animated series on Saturday morning and an adult version for Adult Swim on Cartoon Network, as well as a live action series for network TV and a made for TV movie for HBO. Right after these air, the Broadway musical opens.

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