Spider Man 4 with Sam Raimi
"Amazing Spider-Man" was a failure at the box office, only earning $62,004,688 in it's first week with the USA. 2002's "Spider-Man" earned $114,844,116 (USA) in it's first week, while the last entry into the franchise, "Spider-Man 3" earned $151,116,516 (USA) in it's first week. This is clear evidence that Sony's decision to "fire" Sam Raimi for "Spider-Man 4" - which was set to star John Malkovich as The Vulture - was a huge mistake, instead opting for a terribly executed reboot by no-name director Marc Webb and no-name actor Andrew Garfield. Now that the proof has been shown, it's time to re-re-boot the series, taking it back to where it left off with "Spider-Man 4", directed by Sam Raimi. So, we, the fans, ask Sony to bring back Sam Raimi to direct "Spider-Man 4" and pretend that this utter failure "The Amazing Spider-Man" never happened. P.S. - Yes, we understand Toby's back is messed up. So maybe get Jake Gyllenhaal. We're tired of watching "Spider-Boy" movies. THANK YOU AND GOODBYE.