AceShowbiz - There is a big chance that the car thief who is thought to have killed Peter Parker's Uncle Ben will be seen taking part in "Spider-Man 4". The thug's depicter in "Spider-Man", %cMichael Papajohn%, opens up about the matter during a Q&A with him and his "Spider-Man" co-star %cTed Raimi% at Wizard World Philadelphia on Saturday, June 20.
There, the "Land of the Lost" actor confessed that he would be reprising his baddie's role for the next installment of the web-slinging superhero, as reported by Superhero Hype! scooper. Though he gushed about his involvement in the latest "Spider-Man" film, Papajohn refused to breakdown what part his character will be involved in the film.
"Spider-Man 4" will see once again the teaming up of director-actor, %cSam Raimi% and %cTobey Maguire%. Produced by Avi Arad, Grant Curtis, Laura Ziskin and Todd Black, the script will be provided by David Lindsay-Abaire, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright for 2006's Broadway stage production "Rabbit Hole". %cKirsten Dunst% allegedly has been set to return. The superhero movie itself is slated for May 6, 2011 U.S. release.