Peter Parker and his friendly neighborhood Spider-Man ego on his next adventure where he fights new enemies, trains to become better with the Avengers, finds a girl he likes, and remembers what it means to be responsible from his deceased Uncle Ben.
A large paradox surrounds space and time itself as not only do The Avengers face the X-Men and Justice League, but... everyone! (Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Transformers, Godzilla, Harry Potter, Star Trek, Alien, Predator, Mortal Kombat, King Kong, Pacific Rim, Terminator, It, Game of Thrones, Ghostbusters, Dragon Ball Z, Super Smash Bros, and Rick & Morty)
In January 2007, Columbia Pictures entered negotiations with screenwriter David Koepp, who is credited with the first Spider-Man screenplay, to pen the script for a fourth film. James Vanderbilt was announced as screenwriter, impressing the studio with his focus on characterization. The studio also decided to limit the scope of the film to two villains. David Lindsay-Abaire was in talks to rewrite by November 2008, and Gary Ross was hired to re-write in July 2009. Sony Pictures Entertainment lists the release date as May 6, 2011. In September 2008, Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire made deals to direct and star ...
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