Can Tobey Maguire get his Spider-Man 4? Moon Knight Director Says There Are Many Untold Stories From The Franchise

Moon Knight director hopes for Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man 4 (Photo credit: Still from Spider-Man 2)

Despite Tobey Maguire’s last standalone film being released in 2007, Moon Knight director Grant Curtis is hoping for a Spider-Man 4. Although Tobey wasn’t the first actor to play the crawler for a live-action movie, many fans consider it the original.

Recently, the actor, along with Andrew Garfield, reprized his role in Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. Even though it was just an appearance, fans loved watching the old Spideys make a comeback. The MCU movie’s massive $1.8 billion box office collection is an ode to that.

Watching Tobey Maguire don his iconic suit has fans and us wanting more from his movies. The sentiment is shared by Grant Curtis, the director of the show Moon Knight. The series aired on Disney+, and while talking with Gizmodo about it, Curtis shared that there were a lot of story threads in Maguire’s three solo films that weren’t explored.

The Moon Knight director has revealed he hopes these uncharted stories will be told in Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man 4. “There were other stories in those movies that weren’t told. Hopefully one day, as any Spider-Man fan would tell you, all of these stories will come out and this narrative will continue,” Grant Curtis said.

The latest Marvel series on Disney+ stars Oscar Isaac as the titular character and Ethan Hawke as Arthus Harrow. Since the release of the first episode, the show has received positive reviews and ratings from critics and audiences.

While there are rumors surrounding Spider-Man 4, there is also speculation of Tobey Maguire appearing in the upcoming MCU film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Could the actor return for good as a web superhero? Stay tuned to Koimoi for more!

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