Wednesday, January 13, 2010


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By Adam Frazier

According to Entertainment Weekly, the next Spider-Man flick will kick off a fresh start for the franchise, not a continuation of the series director Sam Raimi created back in 2002. This information comes hot on the heels of Sony's official announcement that Raimi and star Tobey Maguire will not be part of the fourth installment of the hugely successful property.

It looks like Sony is taking a more "gritty, contemporary" approach to rejuvenating the franchise. No directors or actors have been attached; however, rumors are popping up of Zac Efron donning the red-and-blue spandex — truly bringing Spider-Man back to high school once again.

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