The Moviefile - Spider-Man 4: Four Villains Spidey May Have to Face

iAfter a lot of speculation about whether there would be a fourth Spider-Man movie -- or if there even should be a fourth, after the dancestravaganza that was the last one -- all of the contracts have finally been signed and Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire are returning as director and star. Hooray, we guess. (Seriously, no dancing this time, guys.) As with any superhero movie, confirmation of the film has kicked off endless discussions of what new villains should fight Spidey. Theories abound, with everyone jumping on every little word out of Raimi's mouth, but nothing is set in stone yet. Still, it's never too early to take stock of our options...

The Lizard Raimi has said he wants to get around to this reptilian villain, especially since he's worked Dr. Curt Connors, Peter's one-armed science professor, into the first three movies. It's Connors' experiments at regrowing his missing limb that turn him into a six-foot, human-hating gecko. According to an insider who spoke to DHD, once they announce the villain, we'll know who's playing him. Now, that could indicate the already-present Dylan Baker, or it could indicate...

Man-Wolf Played by Daniel Gillies in the second Spider-Man movie, John Jameson was the astronaut son of newspaperman J. Jonah Jameson, and the fiance of Mary Jane Watson. Mary Jane left him for Peter, so we never got to see if he went back into space and discovered a mystical gemstone, one that turned him into a snow-white werewolf who fought Spidey. His return is always a possibility, but Gillies may not be a big enough name to carry the villain role, so the likelihood of it being him is slim. Still, werewolves are hot right now -- almost as hot as vampires! And speaking of vampires...

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