Raimi is echoing what most critics and fans have been telling him for the last seven years. ‘Spider-Man 3’ had the lowest Rotten Tomatoes rating of any film in the franchise (until this year’s ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2’), and it made less money in the U.S. than either of its predecessors. For many, it represents not only the lowest-point of the Spider-Man series, but for comic-book movies as a whole; the conclusion of Raimi’s Spider-trilogy routinely ranks among the worst superhero movies ever. (See: this, and this, and this, and this, and this.) No wonder Spidey looks so sad on the ‘Spider-Man 3’ teaser poster; everyone hates his movie.
Look, we all know James Franco is a weird guy. He has practically made a career out of being a weird guy. But it's still sort of astonishingly strange how the actor and director came together with a group of friends (at least, they seem to be friends) to mash up the famous dinner scene from Beetlejuice with Batman.
The video is part of Franco's "Making a Scene" series on Aol Originals, where Franco and pals spin a wheel twice, two movie titles come up, and they have to throw them together. They've all been quirky and funny, but this one is probably the oddest of the bunch.
These days, James Franco is a star, and a celebrated Hollywood actor. But you could certainly argue he wasn't a big name until he was cast to play Harry Osborn in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. Those films were a huge success, but that story is done, and 2012 saw the start of a new Spider-Man film franchise, from director Marc Webb...
Spider-Man. Spider-Man. Does whatever a spider can. Spins a web, any size. Catches thieves, just like flies.
But does Spidey know how to build his Spider-Man fan page? Didn't think so. Luckily for him, we know the secret to that one