Spider-Man Producer Hopes For More RaimiVerse Movies


Producer Grant Curtis hopes that future Marvel projects will return to untold stories from director Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man universe.

Grant Curtis, who served as producer on director Sam Raimi’s original three films Spider Man movies, shared his hopes for future additions to the RaimiVerse.

In an interview with Gizmodo, producer Grant Curtis discussed his time working on Raimi’s Spider Man trilogy and how it impacted him both as a producer and a fan. “The Spider Man the movies we made were an incredible career opportunity,” said Curtis, who is currently a producer on Marvel’s upcoming Disney+ series, moon knight. “As a fan, I love the stories generated by these three films.” It’s been about 15 years since Spiderman 3 hit theaters, but Curtis suggested there were more out-of-this-world stories to explore. “There were other stories in those movies that weren’t told,” he said. “I hope that one day, like everything Spider Man fan would tell you, let all these stories come out and let the narrative continue.”

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Spider-Man fans were able to return to the RaimiVerse with the release of Spider-Man: No Coming Homewhich saw Tobey Maguire reprise a role first established by Raimi in 2002 Spider Man. No coming home even included a subtle reference to Maguire’s first Spider Man movie, which saw Tom Holland’s Web-Slinger dodge one of Green Goblin’s Pumpkin Bombs in almost exactly the same way Maguire did in his first movie.

That’s not the only influence the RaimiVerse has had on No coming home. In a recent interview, director Jon Watts discussed the emotional impact the first entry in Raimi’s trilogy had on him and what it was like to watch the New York-based film shortly after 9/11. . “Going to see this movie meant so much to me,” Watts said. “I have always associated Spider Man with this moment, this healing and cathartic experience.”

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While it’s unclear if there will be a return to the RaimiVerse anytime soon, Kirsten Dunst, who played Mary Jane Watson in the Raimi Spider Man movies, has actively expressed interest in reprising his role for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “You know I would join this multiverse! I feel like I’m the only one who didn’t join it,” she said. “I’m like, ‘Put me please. Put me in line.’ I have to pay for my house and my children.” Raimi himself joined the MCU, as the director of the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

No coming home not only saw the return of Peter Parker/Spider-Man from Maguire, but also RaimiVerse villains, Flint Marko/Sandman from Thomas Haden Church, Dr. Otto Octvius/Doctor Octopus from Alfred Molina, and Norman Osborn/Green Goblin from Willem Dafoe. It’s also unclear if Maguire will return to another Marvel project, though his version of Spider-Man has been front and center in an official poster promoting No coming homepress release at home. Created by artist BossLogic, this was Maguire’s first solo promotional poster, although it was taken down shortly after its release.

Spider-Man: No Coming Home is in theaters and on Digital now. The film arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on April 12.

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Source: Gizmodo

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