Directors Sam Raimi and Marc Webb share there reactions to Marvel acquiring the character of Spider-Man.

The current age of superhero films is in part due to how well Spider-Man did with his own films. Director Sam Raimi brought Spidey to the big screen for three films followed by director Marc Webb who brought fans another two. Now, thanks to an amazing agreement, Spidey is back home at Marvel Studios and is about to be brought into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

MTV recently caught up with the two directors, in separate interviews, to find out what their thoughts were on the upcoming renewal of Spider-Man. Find out how they feel inside the full article.

This new incarnation of Spider-Man may still be property of Sony but Marvel is now in control. With Spider-Man entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are extremely excited. One big item to note is that there will be no origin story for Spider-Man which I am sure that fans are happy about.

MTV sat down with both Sam Raimi who directed the Spider-Man franchise and Marc Webb, who directed the The Amazing Spider-Man franchise and discussed the upcoming version of Spider-Man. Both directors expressed their excitement and what they hope to see in the new films now that they can sit back and watch as fans.

Sam Raimi:

Marc Webb:

Are you excited to see Spider-Man back on the big screen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Spider-Man will be making his Marvel Cinematic debut in Captain America: Civil War on May 6, 2016.
The next stand alone Spider-Man film is currently slated for July 28, 2017.

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Source: YouTube - MTV
Source: YouTube - MTV


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