Marvel followers launch Snyder Reduce-style marketing campaign to get Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Four made

Marvel fans have launched a social media campaign to make Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 4.

Titled #MakeRaimiSpiderMan 4, thousands of supporters on Twitter have raised their voices over the unmade sequel, which allegedly was scrapped in 2010.

“It is time to officially end its amazing story”, said a fan from Tobey Maguire’s Spidey Bow, which was continued in Spider-Man: No way home. “So many people want this to happen” said another.

“The fans want it, so why not?” asked onewhich reflects the thoughts of many throughout the hashtag which is trending across multiple regions.

“[Raimi] had big plans for Spider-Man 4 and deserves to see them through, ” said another fan of Raimi’s original trilogywhich ran from 2002 to 2007 added, “I know you won’t let the fans down, Sony.”

However, some holdovers from Spider-Man 4 remain – and are certainly part of the reason why so many are excited about the project that never existed.

A clip with a storyboard shows Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man embarking on an all-out brawl with supervillain Vulture, indicating a possible darker edge to the film.

Sam Raimi is back at Marvel, meanwhile, directing Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness. That should give fans a crumb of hope that, like at Zack Snyder’s Justice League Becoming a reality that social media support may lead to something real, tangible and swinging from the Manhattan skyline in the near future.

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