Marvel Studios, make Tobey your Spider-Man; not ANOTHER remake. WE THE FANS DEMAND THIS (even though you've picked some dope while this was made)
We pretty much all know that you don't want Andrew Garfield. Why recast the Spider-Man franchise with some actor that we, the audience aren't familiar with. We're barely familiar with Andrew, so who are we most familiar with? Easy: Sam Raimi, Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst and I think you guys get the idea. There are plenty of people who want Tobey back- I guess they don't know that Spidey might be returning to Marvel Studios. Anyways, the Amazing Spider-Man did horrible at the box office. Why risk that happening to MARVEL STUDIOS with possibly an even worse outcome? You can tweak his personality so it's more loyal to the comics. (Also I don't want to see Uncle Ben die again). I just don't know whether you'll have to start all over or if you can just go with the plot of when he belonged to Sony. My point is bring in the original spider-man. make another remake would 1 drive both the Tobey and Andrew fans nuts and 2 take too long for him to show up in captain america: The Civil War. You'll have to recast, find a new director, find another special effects department and in between then and 2016, make another beginning for Peter Parker. 3 We'll be watching Captain America: Civil War and when we see the new Spider-Man and think who heck is this?Listen to your audience PLEASE. Also, I really hope that you noticed that Tobey's age is just about the same as Peter Parker's age during Civil War, therefore making the appearance of Tobey as the web slinger/ Peter Parker would be more loyal to the comics. And I'd assume that you want people to like "Civil War". Here's a suggestion: don't stick some guy who the audience hasn't seen as the wall crawler into those tights. Use Maguire! I hope we're clear on that.
So, to sum rhings up, out it this way, Sony/Marvel: WE DON'T CARE IF YOU ALREADY CHOSE THE ACTOR WHO'S GONNA BE SPIDER-MAN IN CAPTAIN AMERICA 3. WHOEVER IT IS, WE DON'T WANNA SEE AND GOOD LUCK GETTING GOOD BOX OFFICE RESULTS
P.S: Tom Holland's a dork. Your spider-men seem to get dorkier (Not referring to the nerdy kind that would be great for Peter Parker) every time you remake spider-man.Not to mention The Spider-Man franchise was once the very biggest franchise in Hollywood, as Sam Raimi‘s trilogy shattered records every step of the way (first film to open with $100m, first film to open with $150m, etc.) and earned near-$1 billion grosses back when there were only four movies ever to reach $1 billion. Now there are 18 such titles. More importantly, Spider-Man has returned in its new rebooted form and found itself no longer king of the proverbial comic book superhero mountain, but merely one of a handful of big franchises fighting for its piece of the pie. As someone who remembers the first Spider-Man‘s race to $400m domestic back in 2002 when only five films had done so, the notion of a Spider-Man sequel failing to cross $200m, which may just happen, off an opening weekend of $91m no less, is frankly beyond belief. Overseas grosses may save face (it’s earned $56m in China), but the Spider-Man brand feels weaker than ever.
I guess we'll have to find out if Stan Lee is willing to have a worse outcome. Or he could pay attention to the news for a change. Not just his few second cameos in Marvel Movies.